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Understanding equitable access to public Montessori pre-K: A case study of Montessori recruitment and enrollment practices: Executive summary

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To explore whether and how public Montessori pre-K enrollment policies might create barriers to access for underrepresented families, our team at Child Trends, with support from the Brady Education Foundation: - Compiled a national landscape scan dataset of public Montessori pre-K programs and their characteristics - Surveyed school administrators about their public Montessori pre-K programs’ recruitment and enrollment policies - Interviewed families about their perceptions of public Montessori pre-K. (author abstract)
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