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North Carolina voters see investment in early childhood as critical to improving education

In the midst of a divisive election year, North Carolina voters are united in their support of early learning. Significant majorities of Republicans, Independents and Democrats want more investments in early learning--including providing greater access to affordable child care, Smart Start, NC Pre-K and programs that build parenting skills. A new bipartisan poll from the First Five Years Fund and NC Early Childhood Foundation shows that North Carolina voters want the state to do more when it comes to early learning. (author abstract)
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