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OPINION: There’s a hidden, but important lesson from the findings in the Tennessee pre-K study

Research has shown both short and long-term benefits of high-quality pre-K. So it was surprising when a recent study found that children who attended Tennessee’s state-run voluntary pre-K program actually performed slightly worse on sixth grade tests and behavioral measures than children who were wait-listed for the program. This single study has renewed the debate […]