Report: N.J. kids’ health improving
More children are attending preschool, fewer fourth-graders are failing reading tests, and more teens are graduating from high school.
More children are living in families where the head of household has earned at least a high school diploma, and the state’s educational achievement is second only to Massachusetts. Eight out of 10 3- and 4-year-olds in New Jersey’s highest-poverty districts are enrolled in high-quality preschools, according to the report.
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