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New Orleans says ‘yes’ to early childhood education

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On Saturday, April 30, 2022, voters in New Orleans resoundingly approved a property tax increase that is expected to add $21 million annually for early childhood education in the city.

The revenue generated by the tax will fund an additional 1,000 early childhood education seats for New Orleans children.

The following articles highlight a few of our New Orleans partners who work tirelessly to increase access, quality, and teacher compensation in early learning.

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