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Our most recent ads and videos feature examples of the hundreds of communities waiting for NJ’s pre-k. Our earlier videos feature a representative empty classroom just waiting for some of the 50,000 kids promised NJ’s pre-k each year since 2008, through information about our organization, Leadership Group, schools with – and without, NJ’s full-day state-funded pre-k. Watch the Why Pre-k and Woodbine videos (scroll below) for an overview of how NJ’s pre-k already succeeds – but for only 35 communities.

Fund NJ Pre-K Expansion NOW!

Continuing the Campaign for Pre-K Expansion, Pre-K Our Way’s four ads (June 2017) delivered a direct message: fund NJ pre-k expansion NOW! The ads encouraged viewers to let their legislators know to support pre-k – that the viewer wanted pre-k! These ads featured only some of the hundreds of communities waiting for NJ’s existing state-funded, full-day pre-k—and only some of the 50,000 3- and 4-year-olds waiting every year. The ads ran statewide on selected digital platforms, websites and targeted print media.

 

Bring NJ’s State-Funded Pre-K to Children in your Community

There are 50,000 kids–and hundreds of communities, waiting for NJ’s state-funded, full-day pre-k as promised in 2008. Our targeted ads showcased representative communities and let viewers know how many kids are waiting. Also, the ads featured just a few of the families waiting across our state. Watch all of the representative ads from Spring 2017, or select a particular region to see examples of where kids are waiting for NJ’s full-day, state-funded pre-k! Let your legislators know that you want pre-k!

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Leading up to its Campaign for Pre-K Expansion, Pre-K Our Way’s videos in 2015 and 2016 ranged from a September 2016 feature of an empty classroom just waiting for the 50,000 kids promised NJ’s pre-k each year since 2008, through 2015 and 2016’s short pieces about our organization, Leadership Group, schools with—and without—NJ’s full-day state-funded pre-k. Learn what you can do to ensure than pre-k is available to more communities—as promised!

50,000 NJ Kids Are Waiting

50,000 NJ kids are waiting—our new video shows how YOU can expand NJ pre-k now!

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Why Pre-K

Over 300 community representatives in all 21 counties attended our regional forums to tell us why New Jersey needs to expand preschool to more 3- to 4-year-olds. Watch what they have to say.

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Woodbine Elementary School

Bringing New Jersey’s high-quality preschool program to Woodbine Elementary School in Cape May County not only helped the children, but the community came together as well. See the impact in this new video featuring school leaders, teachers and parents from the community.

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Pre-K Our Way: Prepared for School, Ready for Success

See former New Jersey Governors Tom Kean and Jim Florio, former first lady of New Jersey Lucinda Florio, Cecilia Zalkind and Brian Maher explain why we need preschool for our children. They tell us what research proves: kids who receive high-quality preschool have the tools they need to succeed in school and in life.

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Pre-K Our Way: Get Involved

See how others around the state of New Jersey are getting involved in bringing pre-k THEIR way.

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Pre-K Our Way Joins Clifton School District to Advocate for Preschool Expansion

Gina Suarez moved a few blocks from Passaic to Clifton and found out it moved her son behind. A simple change in zip code removed his access to New Jersey’s high-quality preschool program that prepares children for success in school and life.

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Zip Code Should Not Determine Access

What happens when a New Jersey parent moves a few blocks away—preschool disappears. Clifton parent Gina Suarez understands first-hand that the zip code where a child lives shouldn’t determine whether he or she has access to New Jersey’s high-quality preschool program.

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