Southern Education Foundation Issue Brief: Half-Day vs. Full-Day Pre-K Programs

Published: Feb 22, 2011   |   Author: Georgia Voices   |   Category: Blog   |   Tags:

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal’s proposal to bring the cost of lottery-funded programs in line with the Georgia Lottery’s annual revenues would transform Georgia Pre-K from a full-day to a half-day program. But, the change is not as simple as it sounds. No other mature, statewide program has ever gone from full-day to half-day. It is […]

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Southern Education Foundation Update: The Promise of Georgia Pre-K

Published: Feb 22, 2011   |   Author: Georgia Voices   |   Category: Blog   |   Tags:

Georgia Pre‐kindergarten (Pre‐K) is the one of the nation’s oldest state programs for preschool learning and the first funded by lottery revenues. In 1995, Governor Zell Miller and the Georgia General Assembly re‐established Georgia Pre‐K as a universal program available to any and all four‐year‐old children whose parents wanted to enroll them. As Governor Miller […]

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Compounding Interest: Why Zero to Five is an Investment Worth Making

Compounding Interest: Why Zero to Five is an Investment Worth Making

Published: Jan 1, 2008   |   Author: Georgia Voices   |   Category: Blog   |   Tags:

The time has come for Georgia to invest in very young children – Photos: infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The most effective and efficient investments in children wholesale nfl jerseys are those that start them off right. We must acknowledge wholesale NFL jerseys the common sense notion that children cannot achieve success in school Setting or […]

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