Kindergarten Readiness Act of 2008
Original post made by Michelle Yee, Downtown North, on Apr 20, 2007
Californians voted against funding public preschool, and yet this bill would offer essentially the same thing. The Kindergarten Readiness bill would require kindergarten readiness classes to be taught by state credentialed teachers in facilities paid for by the public school system and offered to all children who will enter Kindergarten the following year.
I am outraged that the public is being held accountable for preschool even though we voted against it!
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