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Pre-K Education

This week on Noon Edition, we're talking with educators and preschool program administrators about what changes to Pre-K education mean for them.

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Head Start funding is expected to be cut 5% by automatic federal spending cuts.

Preschool education became the center of attention last month when President Obama mentioned pre-K funding during his State of the Union address. Changes are coming to pre-K, as Head Start funding will be cut 5 percent by automatic federal spending cuts, and in February, the Indiana House passed a bill that would fund a preschool program for low-income families.

This week on Noon Edition, we’re talking with educators and preschool program administrators about what changes to pre-K education mean for them.

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