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Rural, urban Nebraskans support early childhood education, worry about future for kids

March 25, 2017View for printing

While most Nebraskans agree the state should make a greater investment in early childhood education, rural residents are more worried than their urban counterparts about finding quality day care, while city dwellers are more concerned about cost.

Still, urban and rural Nebraskans share many of the same opinions about early childhood education, according to a report released Friday by the Buffett Early Childhood Institute.

The uniform desire across the state to invest in early childhood education was striking to Sam Meisels, executive director of the Buffett Institute at the University of Nebraska

MARGARET REIST Lincoln Journal Star

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