The real reasons why some children don’t go into preschool aren’t really the ones that are in front of them.
They’re in the back of their heads.
The kids in the front of their minds are the ones who are having trouble.
A study by the non-profit Center for Children and Families at Columbia University and the National Center for Education Statistics found that nearly 40 percent of preschoolers under the age of two do not attend a preschool program because they’re “unready to learn and they’re not in a position to work,” according to a release.
And that figure rises to nearly 45 percent for those ages 4 to 5.
The problem is that children aren’t prepared to learn in a real world setting, according to Susan Leberstein, author of the book The New School and the American Child.
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the nonprofit Center for American Progress have all published reports in recent years about preschool readiness.
“We know that kids who have trouble in preschool aren