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Oct 9, 2015 4:40 EST

EARLY EDUCATION FOR TENNESSE POOR CHILD

iCrowdNewswire - Oct 9, 2015

EARLY EDUCATION FOR TENNESSE POOR CHILD

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The percent of children whose parents lack secure employment also worsened both nationally and statewide, now at 34 percent in Tennessee.Although we are several years past the end of the recession, millions of families still have not benefited from the economic recovery. We must support parents by improving education, employability, and parenting skills, while at the same time providing high-quality early learning opportunities for their children.The hope is lacking for positive change; the report showed improvements in seven of eight categories in children’s education and health in other States but Tennesse is the same as always.Please Support for the cause as pre-school is most important for children to face competition in future.

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