Across the nation, local and state K-12 leaders are finding that collaborating with community-based providers--e.g. Head Start programs, child care centers, faith-based organizations--can help them develop and implement high-quality PreK programs that meet the needs of young children in a comprehensive way. This report provides lessons learned on the ground about how to implement these partnerships most effectively.
Wat, A. & Gayl, C. (2009). Beyond the school yard: Pre-K collaborations with community-based partners. Washington, D.C.: Pre-K Now, Pew Center on the States.
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