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@9RGMWGNWorking Family from Wyoming answered…7 days

@9MGSYCVDemocrat from Nebraska answered…3mos

@9LYJZPMTranshumanist from Ohio answered…3mos

The government should have a program to support paying families to have their child go into good preschools, preschools should be funded by states.

@9LYBQF5Progressive from New Jersey answered…3mos

Although most kids who attend preschool are better off doing well in their education, it should be up to the parent if they want to send them to preschool or not

@9LY63SQDemocrat from Utah answered…3mos

I think that we as a whole underestamite kids I think that preschool could help children be more sucessfull in life

@9LXTY2DConstitution from California answered…3mos

No, preschool is just that preschool, it is not required. the only reason people add there kids to this is most likely for babysitting.

@9LWGZCWTranshumanist from Texas answered…3mos

No, but provide an equal opportunity for everyone to have a chance to go to a universal pre-school.

@9LW4BCVSocialist from Illinois answered…3mos

Govt should find child care for families that work full time

@9LVX4K9Constitution from Minnesota answered…3mos

No just send your kid to a normal preschool that wont be extremely mean to your child or just homeschool.

@9LVRSS8Working Family from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9LVPZ5GWomen’s Equality from Hawaii answered…3mos

Yes and No. Heres why. Yes because since its a human right to get an education and technically because we are property to the government, they should pay for it. No because that will give the school system unilateral power over our childrens minds and lets be real, the government isnt to smart in that dept.

@9LV9J7RDemocrat from Missouri answered…3mos

The federal and state governments should do everything in their power to fund Universal preschool.

@9LV5SBZWorking Family from Kentucky answered…3mos

@9LV5JBZWomen’s Equality from Arizona answered…3mos

There should be no private or charter schools and the government should fund all public schools more so everyone has an even chance and gets to see equality within eachother and that no one is higher up than others.

@9LTZWGJDemocrat from Colorado answered…3mos

@9LSXHD2Democrat from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9LST85RLibertarian from Georgia answered…3mos

No. Preschool is an unnecessary luxury, not a right, and should be optional for people who can afford to do so

@9LSPGWGPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…3mos

Yes, I think parents should decide if they want to put their children in preschool

@9LSMTDRDemocrat from Indiana answered…3mos

All preschools should get the right amount of money for the kids and supplies they need.

@9LSF5RTDemocrat from Texas answered…3mos

@9LS784ZDemocrat from New York answered…3mos

@9LRGGJ3Socialist from Maryland answered…3mos

this is a states issue, not federal, and yes, pre school should be free and universal!

@9LNFGNCConstitution from Florida answered…3mos

Make education fully public, and religion mandatory to be taught

@9LMN99VWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes, but attendance should not Be mandated by the government.

@9LM5DC5Democrat from Maryland answered…3mos

It should be a parents decision to send their kid to preschool.

@9LM43HRWorking Family from New York answered…3mos

Yes in order for young parents to work and contribute to the community instead of living off all the tax payers.

@9LJYC6LDemocrat from North Carolina answered…3mos

@9LJVJ27Women’s Equality from New Hampshire answered…3mos

No, Whether or not a child attends preschool should be up to the parent

@9LJKYVCTranshumanist from Washington answered…3mos

Should be an option, not required. Cost should be associated with income of parents--on a sliding scale. If you make more, you pay more, if you make less, you pay less, or nothing.

@9LHZVBZWomen’s Equality from Washington answered…3mos

@9LHBV7JWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

@Clyde-Marshall99Constitution from Utah answered…3mos

@9LGM7YWLibertarian from Massachusetts answered…3mos

@Taylor-HoltIndependent from North Carolina answered…3mos

@9LFNFNCConstitution from South Carolina answered…3mos

@9LFN56KVeteran from New York answered…3mos

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