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Early Childhood Idea Lab

In the course of researching early childhood education, Charlottesville Tomorrow has discovered a number of ideas on the minds of local experts for how pre-K could be improved.  Click here to LEARN MORE.

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by Tim Shea | April 23, 2015
The demand for access to high-quality preschool for the area’s most-at-risk 3- and 4-year-olds is outpacing the supply that Charlottesville and Albemarle County public schools can provide. Currently, about 250 4-year-olds in the city and county need pre-K education, the United Way – Thomas Jefferson Area estimates. To discuss that ...
Credit: Ryan M. Kelly / The Daily Progress
Maryfrances Porter asks a question from the audience during an early learning and education summit hosted by Charlottesville Tomorrow and the United Way at the Jefferson School on Thursday.
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School Budgets
By Tim Shea | February 28, 2014
School Budgets
By Tim Shea | February 27, 2014
Learning with the League
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Education Roundup
By Effie Nicholaou | February 12, 2014
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