Publicly Funded, High-Quality Pre-K - Percent of unserved children eligible for publicly funded pre-K

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Publicly Funded, High-Quality Pre-K - Percent of unserved children eligible for publicly funded pre-K

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Definitions: Federal and State-funded Head Start, Public School Pre-Kindergarten and PA Pre-K Counts are programs that provide high-quality public-funded pre-kindergarten to children in PA.
Percents represent total child population ages 3-4 less than 300% poverty that are not served.

Data Source: Pennsylvania Departments of Education and Human Services and U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey and 2010 Census

Footnotes: Beginning with 2013-14 data, the definition of publicly funded, high-quality pre-k included children ages 3-4 in Child Care Works in Keystone STAR 3 or 4 providers.