Everything you need to know about Gov. Raimondo’s universal pre-K plan

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo made her pitch to offer universal pre-school to children throughout the state to her most receptive audience yet Wednesday: several groups of four-year-olds at Nathanael Greene Elementary School in Pawtucket.

The Democrat, who just started her second term, spent the morning reading to and talking with children who are already enrolled in pre-K before telling educators, union leaders and other stakeholders that an expansion would be a worthwhile investment in the future.

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