Ohio loses out on $20 million preschool grant, but Cleveland’s plan gains $900,000 in local grants

The Plain Dealer | December 11, 2014

Cleveland lost out on $6 million to boost its preschool plans when federal officials selected other states, but not Ohio, in awarding $250 million in preschool development grants Wednesday.

PRE4CLE, the partnership between theCleveland school district and more than 30 community organizations, will instead use $900,000 in new local grants over the next three years to add more high-quality preschool seats for children in the city.

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