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Support for universal pre-K jumps as public opinion of schools drops

August 16, 2022

Via: K-12 Dive

Public opinion of the quality of local schools has dropped but support for universal pre-K has increased significantly, according to annual survey results released Tuesday by Education Next, a journal focused on school reform.

The survey touched on a variety of education topics, such as school choice, instruction about race, and teacher salaries, but one of the big takeaways, according to the researchers, is the evidence of partisan differences regarding certain educational issues.

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