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"Building Early Childhood Facilities: What States Can Do to Create Supply and Promote Quality"

Fueled by mounting evidence that quality early education helps close the achievement gap, most states are increasing their investments in preschool programs for three- and four-year-olds.

This brief on Building Early Childhood Facilities gives strategies for successfully financing, designing and developing high-quality preschool facilities.

This is a summary of a more comprehensive report, which lays out each strategy in more detail and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each policy option.

To help policymakers address the resulting need for new facilities, LISC's Community Investment Collaborative for Kids partnered with Rutgers University's National Institute for Early Education and Research produced this policy brief.

"Building Early Childhood Facilities: What States Can Do to Create Supply and Promote Quality"

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