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Opportunity to Learn Campaign Enlists Preschoolers to Promote Early Learning

Education Secretary Arne Duncan and other grownups have done a good job trying to promote preschool expansion, but for sheer cuteness, it's hard to beat a gaggle of preschoolers with handheld cameras. 

The National Opportunity to Learn Campaign, a project of the Cambridge, Mass.-based Schott Foundation and other philanthropic partners, released today "A View From Three Feet," featuring gap-toothed youngsters talking about their favorite parts of preschool. ($75 billion in federal funding was not mentioned, but perhaps that will be in a future version) The video was produced by the media company Soul Pancake, which introduced Kid President to the world.


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