Editorial: North Carolina’s Clear Pre-K Responsibility

News stories and editorials about the state of early education in North Carolina appear almost daily. The Raleigh-based newspaper, The News & Observer, featured another piece in support of quality early education for North Carolina’s youngest children this morning.  An excerpt by authors Erwin Byrd and Lewis Pitts reads:
“North Carolina, in More at Four and Smart Start, developed an early childhood education system of which we could be proud, even as we urged its expansion so that all kids who needed it were served. NC Pre-K, the new name for state-funded pre-kindergarten, can also make us proud, if the court acts quickly to salvage it. The at-risk 4-year-olds waiting in line for classrooms statewide, as well as future 4-year-olds, have a fundamental, constitutional right to the opportunity to receive a sound, basic education. It’s imperative that we all ensure that they get it.”

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