Why Pre-K Is So Important For Foster Children

May 2, 2016




Joanna Decker teaches a lesson about stomach acid to preschoolers at Vestal's Jewish Community Center last year.
Credit Solvejg Wastvedt / WSKG News

There’s a push across the country to get more, if not all, three- and four-year-olds into preschool programs that give them the building blocks for their future education.

This can be especially critical for children in foster care. But they may not have access to it. Click on the player to hear a report on attempts to solve the problem for kids in one Western New York County.