St. Albans, VT — Some call the process glorified babysitting. And expensive. Some say it is the only means by which the state can break the cycle of poverty that traps low income students in a closed loop, low-wage environment.
The issue is universal pre-K education that beginning next year will be required in Vermont’s schools.
So begins an editorial by Emerson Lynn that moves through the debate point by point. You’ll want to read this informed and informative editorial. (Reprinted with permission.)