Updated: Feb 5

Offering pre-kindergarten classes statewide is one of the top education priorities of the new administration of Gov. Janet Mills, despite a hefty cost in the range of $40 million per year and questions about whether all schools have the space to house that many 4-year-olds.

Education advocates who have long supported pre-K say just expanding the existing programs scattered around the state would be a big step forward. Read the full article in the Portland Press Herald

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