Julie Isaacs

Urban Institute

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Senior fellow at the Urban Institute's Center on Labor, Human Services and Population

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In his  State of the Union  speech, President Obama made a proposal that hasn't been tried since the Nixon Administration: federally funded assistance for pre-school education.

Is Pre-school Education Being Oversold?

In his State of the Union speech, President Obama made a proposal that hasn't been tried since the Nixon Administration: federally funded assistance for pre-school education.

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