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Closer to home: More equitable pre-k access and enrollment in Chicago

This study explores whether and how Chicago's school-based pre-k system was more equitable after the district implemented a set of policies focused on changing access to and enrollment in school-based pre-k. The outcomes from Chicago's efforts offer key insights for other school districts implementing similar efforts nationwide. (author abstract)
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United States

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