Preschool means schools don’t have to spend 13 years catching kids up, Cleveland schools chief Eric Gordon tells White House Summit on Early Education

The Plain Dealer | December 10, 2014

Cleveland schools chief Eric Gordon told educators in Washington, D.C., this morning that the entirecommunity’s efforts to add more preschool is key to bringing better education to all Cleveland children.

Gordon appeared at the first panel this morning at the White House Summit on Early Education, a national event to promote President Obama’s push for more preschool nationwide.

“It’s only going to keep moving if we start at the beginning,” he said on the panel moderated by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.

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