Brief Will Examine a Collaborative Pre-K Delivery Model

 

In the coming weeks, MSF will release the long-awaited Mississippi First pre-K issue brief, Leaving Last in Line: Making Pre-K a Reality in Mississippi.  The brief will address the pressing need for state-funded pre-Kindergarten in Mississippi, and will explain how a collaborative-delivery model would be a cost-effective way to address that need.  Collaborative models allow states and communities to provide high-quality pre-K through partnerships between school districts, private childcare centers, and Head Start.  Included in the brief will be descriptions of the unique collaborative models used in Oklahoma, Georgia, and West Virginia.
 
The brief will be added to the website immediately after it is released to the public.  For questions about the collaborative pre-K model, please e-mail MSF Executive Director Rachel Canter at rachel@mississippifirst.org.

 

 

In the coming weeks, MSF will release the long-awaited Mississippi First pre-K issue brief, Leaving Last in Line: Making Pre-K a Reality in Mississippi.  The brief will address the pressing need for state-funded pre-Kindergarten in Mississippi, and will explain how a collaborative-delivery model would be a cost-effective way to address that need.  Collaborative models allow states and communities to provide high-quality pre-K through partnerships between school districts, private childcare centers, and Head Start.  Included in the brief will be descriptions of the unique collaborative models used in Oklahoma, Georgia, and West Virginia.
 
The brief will be added to the website immediately after it is released to the public.  For questions about the collaborative pre-K model, please e-mail MSF Executive Director Rachel Canter at rachel@mississippifirst.org.

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