Preschool seems to be having a moment right now. Lots of states are looking at expanding access to a pre-K education. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder just proposed an extra $130 million in spending over the next two years to make sure all 4 year olds from low income homes can go to preschool.
Last night in his State of the Union address, President Obama took the idea even further. He proposed giving all 4 year olds access to preschool.
But a promise made in a speech is not the same thing as a policy, and the President's somewhat vague comments left more questions than answers.
So, we're going to try to answer 3 of the most important questions with the information we have right now:
1. What will the President's proposal actually look like?