The map below illustrates combined pre-K enrollment for three and four-year-olds. Click a state to view its 2010-2011 enrollment and spending figures, compiled by the National Institute for Early Education Research.
Pre-K funding has declined in most states, with some areas reporting significant reductions. At the same time, state early education enrollment rose by nearly 31,000 last year. Nationwide, 28 percent of 4-year-olds and 4.3 percent of 3-year-olds attended a state pre-k program.
States shaded in white on the map do not have state-funded pre-K programs.
Click a state to view its enrollment and spending figures, compiled by NIEER. To read notes associated with data for each state, refer to Tables 2 (p.14) and 6 (p.18) of the NIEER report.
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