Every child in Delaware deserves access to a high-quality pre-kindergarten program, and families will more easily afford these services for their children.
We call on policymakers to enact high-quality universal pre-K in mixed delivery settings including community-based providers, center-based programs, family child care programs, Head Start, and public schools. Universal pre-K should be voluntary, full day pre-K accessible to all four-year-olds regardless of family income available statewide by 2024.
We invite Delaware’s early learning, education, business, faith, civic and community organizations and leaders to join us. Add your unique voice to this movement.