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  • New York City comptroller: City is far behind schedule in submitting contracts with pre-K providers

    Aug 28, 2014

    08.27.2014 | Associated Press | About 600 Department of Education sites will be used for pre-K sites, but since public schools don’t have the space to accommodate all the new students, more than 1,100 community-based organizations like day cares and religious schools will also host the programs. De Blasio has promised that every classroom will be inspected by the first day of school, which has reassured some advocates. “This is a really ambitious undertaking, and we don’t expect that everything will go smoothly,” said Kim Sweet, executive director of the Advocates for Children of New York. “Of course, the safety of the children is critical.” Read article