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63 percent of Okla. kids not enrolled in pre-K

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TULSA, Okla. — Nearly two-thirds of Oklahoma's kids from low-income families were not attending a preschool program from 2009-2011, according to a national study released Monday. The Kids Count report by the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation, which advocates for investing in the crucial early years of a child's life, also found that more than half of Oklahoma's kids from birth to eight...

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