New case studies feature superintendents leading early-childhood efforts

According to a 2017 Gallup poll, 80% of U.S. superintendents who responded said their state doesn’t spend enough money on early care and education programs, and only 16% said every family in their state had access to a high-quality early learning program. Just 16% also said most young children in their state were “prepared to be successful” when they entered kindergarten.

While many superintendents value strong early learning programs, some may not have expertise in working with those in the early childhood field or be as familiar with research and practices in the area.

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