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Time to Lead Again: The Promise of Georgia Pre-K
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Click to view the full article (PDF) "Time to Lead Again: The Promise of Georgia Pre-K is a report that examines how Georgias lottery-supported pre-kindergarten program (Pre-K) has developed since 1995 when Governor Zell Miller established the goal of Georgia becoming the nations first state with universal, high-quality Pre-K for all four-year-olds.

The report examines trends relating to access and enrollment, program quality, and per child expenditures. The report documents where Georgia Pre-K is falling behind and has already lost its national standing as the nations best Pre-K program. "Time to Lead Again" also includes findings from econometric studies showing the economic gains for Georgia if the state increases enrollment and improve program quailty to create the nation's first truly universal, high quality Pre-K program.

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