This week, numerous state, community and business leaders are participating in Georgia Pre-K Week 2013, a weeklong celebration of Georgia’s Pre-K Program. We are excited to announce that over 140 state leaders have signed up to read to a Pre-K class. With nearly 500 Pre-K centers registered, Georgia Pre-K week is a tremendous effort to highlight the importance of early education across the state.
Check out our Pre-K Fact Sheet to learn more.
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Joining Voices in Pre-K Week are *thirteen partners with a strong commitment to early learning. Executives, board members and volunteers with these organizations will accompany legislators on their visits or visit other Pre-K classrooms in their communities, reinforcing their interest in high quality early education.
Voices will post a list of participants at the close of Pre-K Week on our website and we encourage you to contact these public officials and thank them for their interest in Georgia’s Pre-K.
* Partner include: Black Child Development Institute Atlanta (http://bcdi-atl.org), Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy (www.ferstfoundation.org), Georgia Association for Young Children (www.gayconline.org), Georgia Child Care Association (www.georgiachildcare.org), Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students (www.geears.org), Georgia Family Connection Partnership (www.gafcp.org), Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education (www.gpee.org), Georgia Public Library Service (www.georgialibraries.org), JumpStart(www.jstart.org), Multiple Junior League Chapters (gajlspac.org), Quality Care for Children (www.qualitycareforchildren.org), United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta (www.unitedwayatlanta.org) and YMCA (www.ymcaatlanta.org).