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Race to the Top - Reaching Kids at an Early Age
Race to the Top - Reaching Kids at an Early Age

AIR DATE: December 27, 2011

Nevada has applied for a share of the new Race to the Top program.  The focus of this program is specifically on Early Learning and helping kids who need child care to receive that help.  We look at the new government program and what the money will do.  If you're a parent struggling to find the best early learning programs for your kids share your stories and questions with our panel.

Margot Chappel, Dir, Head Start Collaboration and Early Childhood Systems Office
John Filler, Prof, UNLV's Dept of Special Education and Early Childhood Education

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