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  • Why ‘Pre-K For All’ was out of reach for 1,200 special needs students last year

    Jun 29, 2021

    06.29.2021 | NY1 | “The special education teachers, who serve some of the city’s most vulnerable children, students with the most intensive needs, are going to be some of the lowest paid teachers in the city. And what’s likely is that they’re going to leave their jobs at the preschools special education programs for higher paying jobs elsewhere,” said Betty Baez Melo, director of the Early Childhood Education Project at Advocates for Children. Watch video