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A Pre-School Model that Could End the Cycle of Poverty

Tess Stansbury

Nicholas Kristof, a notable author and activist, wrote an Op-ed for the New York Times that highlighted Oklahoma's state-wide program that gives children an early start to their education. This initiative could give them the quality learning experiences they need during their most precious development stages to ensure a long-lived academic career. With much poverty and many parents lacking higher education within the state, this program may help end the cycle.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Early childhood development is so crucial for kids' brain development. It's exciting to see initiatives like this, especially when there are preschools in some cities that cost over $20,000 a year.