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Early education needs more public funding

By Christina Cox, Robert G. Peters and Al Castle

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 07, 2013

~~<p>There has been much debate about the proposed state investment in early education.</p>
<p>Some dispute the role government should take and the responsibility we, as a society, have to ensure children succeed when the family unit is not willing or able to provide the building blocks for success. But a look at the overall performance of Hawaii's graduates clearly shows that we must do something differently.</p>
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There has been much debate about the proposed state investment in early education.

Some dispute the role government should take and the responsibility we, as a society, have to ensure children succeed when the family unit is not willing or able to provide the building blocks for success. But a look at the overall performance of Hawaii's graduates clearly shows that we must do something differently. Login for more...



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