TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey has spent more than two decades — and many billions of dollars — building a high-quality, free universal pre-K system to serve all needy kids in the state. It’s won widespread acclaim. And President Joe Biden’s administration wants to make it a model for the nation.
But the program has an accountability problem.
In Trenton, the state’s capital and one of its poorest cities, private pre-K providers have
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