Pritzker lays out his next steps in rebuilding Illinois' early education system

Source: Chalkbeat - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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93% "It's often said a parent is a child's best teacher, and home visiting supports parents in that all-important role.""
86% "Because of differences among programs, research is somewhat mixed on the outcomes.""
81% "Pritzker announced Wednesday that the state will boost home visiting programs by two-thirds, reaching 12,500 more families by 2025 and spending $4.25 million to ..."
80% "His declaration was met with enthusiasm by a charged-up room of advocates and providers even while it stopped short of delivering on a campaign ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

93% : "It's often said a parent is a child's best teacher, and home visiting supports parents in that all-important role.
86% : Because of differences among programs, research is somewhat mixed on the outcomes.
81% : Pritzker announced Wednesday that the state will boost home visiting programs by two-thirds, reaching 12,500 more families by 2025 and spending $4.25 million to meet a first year goal of 500 new families.
80% : Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker's early education agenda is beginning to crystallize, and it will center on expanding home visiting programs statewide and improving pay for a beleaguered set of educators who, in some parts of the state, earn little more than fast-food workers.
80% : His declaration was met with enthusiasm by a charged-up room of advocates and providers even while it stopped short of delivering on a campaign promise to build out a universal preschool system for 3- and 4-year-olds statewide.

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