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“What’s the lifeline of a school?” asks Rudy Crew, superintendent of schools for Miami-Dade County in Florida. “The lifeline of a school begins in preschool, begins with early learning, begins in a community, begins in a home.” Crew’s conviction that the quality of a child’s pre-kindergarten experiences lays the foundation for school success is at the heart of SPARK Supporting Partnerships to Assure Ready Kids™ – the initiative of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation – In Miami, this shared belief is driving a transformation as school systems, child-care centers, families, and communities collaborate so that children will arrive at school ready to learn. Read the full story here.

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