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Four Year Old Kindergarten Should Not Be Optional, But A Necessary Program For Low Performing School Districts

By Edward Todd Beadle

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The Wisconsin Engaging Early Education (WEEE) Policy outlines a school readiness funding intitative that can help to close the achievement gap in underperforming school districts. Research has shown that students from lower social economic status do not have the same access to high quality early education compared to more affluent communities. The WEEE Policy will help to provide resources and structure to Wisconsin school districts in need of improvement and support Wisconsin\u27s goal of closing the achievement gap

Topics: Low Performing Schools, Four Year Old Kindergarten, Early Elementary Education, Closing the Achievement Gap, State Funded Pre-Kindergarten, School Readiness, Education, Educational Leadership, Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
Publisher: Digital Commons@NLU
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.nl.edu:diss-1174

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