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A new study released two weeks ago suggests Pennsylvania is spending less money on pre-school programs compared to other states. Gov. Tom Wolf and other organizations, such as Pre-K for PA, hope the study will encourage lawmakers to invest more money into the budget for early education.

According to the report called “Prioritizing Pre-K in Pennsylvania: A State Comparison,” Pennsylvania is one of 27 states along with the Washington D.C. that has decided to invest in high-quality pre-school education.

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  May 28, 2017 2:19am

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