EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION A GREAT START FOR ALL VICTORIAN PRESCHOOLERS

| November 25, 2018

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High-quality early childhood education makes a significant difference to improving outcomes for all children, with particular benefits for children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Investing in quality early childhood education provides major social and economic returns. The research demonstrates that the positive impact begins at school and continues beyond school, with social and educational benefits multiplying throughout a person’s life.

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Uplift Education

Uplift Education (Uplift) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that operates a network of 36 high-performing, tuition-free, public charter schools serving 17,500 students in under-served areas across the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. We are a reform-minded organization that has attracted funding from local and national donors such as the Communities Foundation of Texas and the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation. Uplift's mission is to create and sustain public schools of excellence that empower students to reach their highest potential and inspire a lifelong love of learning, achievement, service, and responsible citizenship.Each school provides free college preparatory education in a community that has limited high quality public education options. Our goal is to completely CLOSE the achievement gap between students, regardless of their ethnic or socio-economic background, while ensuring that 100% of our students graduate and enroll in college.

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