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08/04/2017

This fall, 6,100 four-year-olds will be attending free, school-based preKindergarten programs across Minnesota, thanks to funding secured by Governor Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Legislature since 2016. The Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) today released a list of 59 school districts and charter schools that will receive new preK funding this year – programs that have significantly expanded access to high-quality early learning opportunities across the state. Additionally, Early Learning Scholarships funded by Governor Dayton and the Legislature will help 16,400 young learners attend early learning programs in Minnesota this year. In total, these funds will help 22,500 young learners across Minnesota attend early learning programs this year.
59 Minnesota School Districts and Charter Schools Receiving New, One-Time Funding for School-Based PreKindergarten and School Readiness Plus include:


Fairmont Public School District
68
$254,600

 
Blue Earth-Delavan-Elmore Public School District
80
$341,361


Butterfield Public School District
10
$77,581


Madelia Public School District
31
$171,758


ROD HALVORSEN
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