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September 22, 2014 at 7:53 AM

Round-up: Our three-part series on early learning

Kennedy Daniels, left, and Stevie Jones, enrolled in the 3-year-old class at Tulsa Educare, build their burritos during lunchtime. Photo by Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times.

Kennedy Daniels, left, and Stevie Jones, enrolled in the 3-year-old class at Tulsa Educare, build their burritos during lunchtime. Photo by Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times.

Boosting the quality of preschool in Seattle could help children, and the city as a whole. A number of studies, including one from the ’60s, establish that potential. But there is no guarantee of success.

On Sunday and Monday, Education Lab published a series of three stories examining the merits and potential pitfalls of expanding subsidized pre-K in Seattle.

We’ve also offered several ways for readers to engage and interact around the topic of early learning:

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