State outlines new guidelines that expand pre-K

The expansion also changes the requirements for when

The expansion also changes the requirements for when children can begin kindergarten. (June 3, 2014 6:00 PM)

Lawmakers have outlined new legislation that expands pre-K in Connecticut, but with the expansion comes a change in when children can begin kindergarten.

The legislation aims to get more children into pre-K programs to make them more prepared for kindergarten. With the new laws, the cutoff date for starting kindergarten has also been pushed up. A child now has to turn 5 years old by Oct. 1,...

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