Last year thousands of Minnesotans, like you, took a stand to support MinneMinds so low-income children could access high-quality preschool. Minnesota invested $40 million in our state’s youngest learners and now, just months later, MinneMinds scholarships are already positively impacting kids.
Current funding for MinneMinds only reaches 9 percent of Minnesota’s eligible children (at or below 185 percent of the poverty line). The 2014 legislative session starts tomorrow and presents an opportunity to change this. Let’s build off of last year’s initial investment.