Where a child lives shouldn’t determine access to high-quality pre-k. New Jersey has one of the best public preschool programs in the country – but only 35 school districts have it. In July 2017, $25 million was included in the State Budget – the first significant expansion to funding in nearly a decade. It is the initial step in bringing NJ’s pre-k to hundreds of communities and the 50,000 3- and 4-year-olds still waiting. Pre-K Our Way’s continued focus: funding in the first budget of a new governor in 2018.
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“My name is Lorena Baboci. Myself, my husband, and our then 2-year-old son moved to North Bergen in June 2015…”Lorena Baboci Accountant and Hudson County resident
“The Clifton School District hasn’t always had the preschool opportunity that it has now. With many families in the community…”Clifton School District #17
“Our two children, Jack and Paige, are currently 4 and almost 3 years old. They’re excited to be going back…”Linda and Richard Rozycki