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Office of Early Learning surveys public for guidance on next steps

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Delaware's Office of Early Learning has launched a web-based survey to gather public opinion on education priorities for young children in the state.

The office is looking for feedback on initiatives launched with 49.9 million dollars in federal funding from a Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant awarded to the state in 2011. 

The money was used on programs to increase access to quality early learning programs – especially for kids considered high-need.

The Office of Early Learning will combine survey results with information gleaned from a series focus groups held with stakeholders in all three counties to guide planning beyond 2015 when the grant runs out.

Anyone in the state can participate in the survey that runs through April 10th – and will be able to see the results in the office’s monthly e-news and website in early May.