Pre-K options get fresh review

School districts that want students to learn earlier how to count and identify letters are offering preschool programs to ensure students are better prepared for kindergarten.

Johnson County has about 50 preschools, but parents don’t always know what preschool program is best for their children or where they are. And school officials said they have struggled to give recommendations to parents looking for preschool options.

That’s especially true in the southern part of the county, which is why Johnson County Learning Centers partnered with Edinburgh and Franklin schools this year to create preschool programs for students in both districts.


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