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27 New Jersey school districts to get funding to establish or expand preschool programs

Some New Jersey school districts are getting millions of dollars to expand preschool.

News 12 Staff

Sep 9, 2022, 2:32 AM

Updated 651 days ago

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Some New Jersey school districts are getting millions of dollars to expand preschool.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Thursday that 27 school districts will share more than $26 million to establish or expand access to preschool programs this school year.
The New Jersey Department of Education broadened the number of districts that could apply for that funding.
The top three districts getting the most money are Manchester, with just over $3 million, and Winslow and Howell townships, which are getting more than $2 million each.


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