Free Quality Education to Preschool Children
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The paper looks at how Williams states that in Northern New Jersey there is currently a plan to provide full day preschool to children within the next few years (para. 1). The paper discusses how Williams contends that it is believed that full day preschools will provide the opportunity for children to begin learning at an earlier age and that there is evidence that a full day pre-school has long term benefits (para. 2). The paper explains that according to Williams, these benefits include promoting learning early to prevent school dropouts later in life and teaching children socialization skills (para. 5). Yet, some individuals within the community suggest that the proposed full day early preschool program is only a device to ensure that the county receive additional school funding and that such a program will strip small children of the opportunity to experience their early years in a normal manner (para. 11). The paper explains that this debate over the necessity for preschools in Northern New Jersey has been incited by the fact that "in January Governor Corzine approved this expansion of state-funded pre-K for at-risk children" (Brody para. ). The paper relates that Brody states that the debate is not just about providing preschools for low-income children, however, but providing free quality education to these children (para. 1).
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