Public Square: Impact of Early Learning

In this program, we bring together parents, teachers, advocates and people who run early learning programs to discuss the state of New Mexico's Pre-K programs.  New Mexico has been one of the most aggressive states in boosting funding for early childhood programs but advocates say there are still big gaps with a little over half of eligible kids here who are not in Pre-K or preschool.




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