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Report: The State of Preschool 2008: State Preschool Yearbook

Report: The State of Preschool 2008: State Preschool Yearbook

Report: The State of Preschool 2008: State Preschool

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR EARLY EDUCATION RESEARCH STATE PRESCHOOL YEARBOOK The National Institute for Early Education Research Supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts

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  • Page 4 and 5: National Profile...................
  • Page 6 and 7: PERCENT OF NATIONAL POPULATION ENRO
  • Page 8 and 9: TABLE 1: STATE RANKINGS AND QUALITY
  • Page 10 and 11: Other important disparities across
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  • Page 14 and 15: Overall, states increased the numbe
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  • Page 18 and 19: TABLE 3: CHANGE IN PRESCHOOL ENROLL
  • Page 20 and 21: TABLE 5: 2007-2008 STATE PRE-K QUAL
  • Page 22 and 23: TABLE 7: RANKINGS OF ALL REPORTED R
  • Page 24 and 25: How to interpret data on the indivi
  • Page 26 and 27: QUALITY STANDARDS CHECKLIST State p
  • Page 28 and 29: RESOURCES A table in the Resources
  • Page 30: GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS AA Associ
  • Page 33 and 34: ALABAMA PRE-KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM AC
  • Page 35 and 36: ACCESS Total state program enrollme
  • Page 37 and 38: ARIZONA EARLY CHILDHOOD BLOCK GRANT
  • Page 39 and 40: ARKANSAS BETTER CHANCE/ARKANSAS BET
  • Page 41 and 42: CALIFORNIA STATE PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
  • Page 43 and 44: COLORADO PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN
  • Page 45 and 46: CONNECTICUT SCHOOL READINESS ACCESS
  • Page 47 and 48: DELAWARE EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSISTANCE
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  • Page 51 and 52: GEORGIA PRE-K PROGRAM ACCESS Total
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    ACCESS Total state program enrollme

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    ACCESS Total state program enrollme

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    ILLINOIS PRESCHOOL FOR ALL ACCESS T

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    ACCESS Total state program enrollme

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    STATE OVERVIEW Total state program

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    IOWA STATEWIDE VOLUNTARY PRESCHOOL

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    KANSAS AT-RISK FOUR-YEAR-OLD CHILDR

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    KENTUCKY PRESCHOOL PROGRAM ACCESS T

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    STATE OVERVIEW Total state program

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    CECIL J. PICARD LA4 EARLY CHILDHOOD

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    NO PROGRAM ACCESS RANKINGS 4-YEAR-O

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    NO PROGRAM ACCESS RANKINGS 4-YEAR-O

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    NO PROGRAM ACCESS RANKINGS 4-YEAR-O

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    PERCENT OF STATE POPULATION ENROLLE

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    NEW JERSEY ABBOTT PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

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    NEW JERSEY EARLY LAUNCH TO LEARNING

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    NEW MEXICO PREK ACCESS Total state

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    NEW YORK UNIVERSAL PREKINDERGARTEN

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    NORTH CAROLINA MORE AT FOUR ACCESS

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    ACCESS Total state program enrollme

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    STATE OVERVIEW Total state program

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    OHIO EARLY LEARNING INITIATIVE ACCE

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    OKLAHOMA EARLY CHILDHOOD FOUR-YEAR-

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    OREGON HEAD START PREKINDERGARTEN A

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    STATE OVERVIEW Total state program

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    PENNSYLVANIA KINDERGARTEN FOR FOUR-

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    PENNSYLVANIA PRE-K COUNTS ACCESS To

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    ACCESS Total state program enrollme

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    STATE OVERVIEW Total state program

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    SOUTH CAROLINA CHILD DEVELOPMENT ED

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    ACCESS Total state program enrollme

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    TENNESSEE VOLUNTARY PRE-K ACCESS To

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    TEXAS PUBLIC SCHOOL PREKINDERGARTEN

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    ACCESS Total state program enrollme

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    STATE OVERVIEW Total state program

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    VERMONT EARLY EDUCATION INITIATIVE

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    VIRGINIA PRESCHOOL INITIATIVE ACCES

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    WASHINGTON EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIO

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    WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSAL PRE-K ACCES

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    STATE OVERVIEW Total state program

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    WISCONSIN HEAD START STATE SUPPLEME

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    ACCESS Total state program enrollme

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    After the surveys were completed, w

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    Appendix A: State Survey Data 2007-

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    STATE ACCESS Availability of progra

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    STATE ACCESS Enrollment explanation

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    STATE ACCESS Special education enro

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    STATE OPERATING SCHEDULE Hours of o

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    STATE OPERATING SCHEDULE Alabama Ar

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    STATE AGE ELIGIBILITY Kindergarten

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    STATE INCOME REQUIREMENT Besides ag

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    STATE OTHER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT

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    STATE OTHER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT

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    STATE OTHER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT

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    STATE PROGRAM STANDARDS Screening a

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    STATE PROGRAM STANDARDS Support ser

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    STATE PROGRAM STANDARDS Support ser

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    STATE STATEWIDE EARLY LEARNING STAN

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    STATE STATEWIDE EARLY LEARNING STAN

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    STATE STATEWIDE EARLY LEARNING STAN

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    STATE Physical well-being/ motor de

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    STATE PERSONNEL Alabama Arizona Ear

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    STATE PERSONNEL Assistant teacher s

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    STATE PERSONNEL Teacher average ann

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    STATE RESOURCES Total 2007-2008 spe

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    STATE RESOURCES Federal funding sou

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    STATE RESOURCES School funding or s

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    STATE RESOURCES Agencies with which

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    STATE RESOURCES Do HdSt programs pa

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    STATE RESOURCES Is there a minimum

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    STATE MONITORING Information collec

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    STATE MONITORING How is monitoring

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    STATE MONITORING What program recor

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    STATE MONITORING How is information

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    STATE MONITORING Most recent formal

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    STATE MONITORING Kindergarten progr

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    APPENDIX A: STATE SURVEY DATA 2007-

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    16 Teachers must have college cours

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    15 To be eligible for pre-K funding

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    9 The Developing Skills Checklist i

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    10 Any child may participate in a p

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    9 The first year funding is the sam

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    10 Assistant teachers are expected

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    4 State, local, and federal funds a

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    10 “Other” could include teache

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    VERMONT - Early Education Initiativ

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    APPENDIX B: HEAD START DATA STATE S

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    APPENDIX B: HEAD START DATA (contin

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    APPENDIX C: CHILD CARE DATA (contin

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    APPENDIX C: CHILD CARE DATA (contin

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    APPENDIX D: U.S. CENSUS POPULATION

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