Early Education

Attending a high-quality Pre-K program helps lay the foundation for future success. Expanding access to high-quality Pre-K programs for three- and four-year-olds living in underperforming school districts will help close the achievement gap and put Massachusetts’ children on a level playing field. High-quality Pre-K will help more than 40,000 children in low-income families and underperforming school districts in Massachusetts. 

Children who attend high-quality pre-k are: 

  • 40% less likely to repeat a grade;
  • 30% more likely to graduate from high school;
  • Twice as likely to go to college; 
  • Better prepared for kindergarten, especially in pre-reading, pre-math, and social skills;
  • Develop better language skills, and fewer behavioral problems once they enter school.

See first hand the impact pre-k has on families.

Learn how you can get involved, visit our chapters page.

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