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High-quality, accessible pre-K: Policy breakdown


CityHealth’s assessment of Pre-K quality is based on the National Institute of Early Education Research’s (NIEER) 10 research-based quality standards benchmarks, along with an assessment of the level of enrollment in the city’s local and state-funded Pre-K programs. These quality standards include components like student-teacher ratios, class size limits, and a continuous improvement system that ensures strong teaching practices. (author abstract)

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