“Pre-K for all” sounds great. America’s public schools are the engine of equal opportunity and giving kids the chance to get an early start by expanding public pre-K seems like a sensible idea that anyone who cares about kids would support. Indeed, states across the country are getting on board. Forty-five now have public pre-K […]
Author Archives: Katharine Stevens
Katharine Stevens is a research fellow in education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, specializing in early childhood education.