March 2009
Report on Preschool Programs;Mar2009, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p6
The article reports that according to the study "Pre-K and Latinos: The Foundation for America's Future," high-quality pre-kindergarten education can help Hispanic American students close the gap in achievement when compared with white students in the U.S. Danielle Gonzales, the author of the study, says that affordability and limited availability have reduced Hispanic students' access to pre-kindergarten programs.


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