Published Online: August 9, 2007
Published in Print: August 9, 2007, as Pre-K Programs

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Pre-K Programs

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Children who participated in New Mexico’s pre-K program showed more progress in acquiring early language, reading, and math skills than their peers who were not enrolled, according to a study by the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University.

The study, released this month, found that the state-sponsored education initiative helped boost 4-year-olds’ vocabulary and math skills beyond the progress made by young children who did not attend the program.

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