Florida's Pre-Kindergarten Program Draws Critics

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Florida legislatures this month approved pre-kindergarten classes for children across the state, in response to a constitutional amendment approved by the state's voters in 2002. But now that the program has become law, some fear it will not deliver quality education. Hear Amy Tardif of member station WGCU.



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