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L.A. Unified Schools Offer Transitional Kindergarten

05.18.2012 | The Cailfornia Report | Ana Tintocalis

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For kids who are too old for preschool but too young for kindergarten, there is transitional kindergarten. Educators say the extra time makes it more likely these kids will succeed socially and academically. This fall, Los Angeles Unified will offer transitional kindergarten at all of its elementary schools. It’s the first district in the state to do so.

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