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New York State has made significant strides over the past year in expanding access to high-quality full-day pre-kindergarten across the state. Campaign for Educational Equity (CEE) and the Center for Children's Initiatives (CCI) have collaborated once again to reflect on these changes in "Securing the Future of New York's Children," an update of their 2013 "Making Pre-Kindergarten Truly Universal."

With this important momentum and committed leaders, the state is now in a position to make prekindergarten truly universal. But to do so, several aspects of the existing legislation must be modified, and the funding system must be stabilized at an adequate level.
New York State has made significant strides over the past year in expanding access to high-quality full-day pre-kindergarten across the state. Campaign for Educational Equity (CEE) and the Center for Children's Initiatives (CCI) have collaborated once again to reflect on these changes in "Securing the Future of New York's Children," an update of their 2013 "Making Pre-Kindergarten Truly Universal."

With this important momentum and committed leaders, the state is now in a position to make prekindergarten truly universal. But to do so, several aspects of the existing legislation must be modified, and the funding system must be stabilized at an adequate level.

Published Friday, Nov. 21, 2014

Securing the Future of New York's Children

New York State has made significant strides over the past year in expanding access to high-quality full-day pre-kindergarten across the state. Campaign for Educational Equity (CEE) and the Center for Children's Initiatives (CCI) have collaborated once again to reflect on these changes in "Securing the Future of New York's Children," an update of their 2013 "Making Pre-Kindergarten Truly Universal."

With this important momentum and committed leaders, the state is now in a position to make prekindergarten truly universal. But to do so, several aspects of the existing legislation must be modified, and the funding system must be stabilized at an adequate level.
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