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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 RizzottiAlessandra 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.