Report: R.I. a leader in quality pre-K, but access still too low

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island has boosted spending and enrolled more children in prekindergarten, but access to public preschool programs remains low in the Ocean State, according to an annual report by the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University. The "State of Preschool" report, based on 2017-18 data, comes as Gov. Gina M.…

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