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Publicly funded prekindergarten education (Pre-K) provides access to a quality early education experience for over 6,000 of Vermont’s young children. Public Pre-K occurs in some of Vermont’s elementary schools and through partnerships with Head Start programs, child care centers or family-based care, or private preschools. Regardless of type of program, public Pre-K must meet high program standards, address the Vermont Early Learning Standards, and employ a licensed early childhood educator.



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