Gov. Steve Beshear had his photo taken with students and faculty afte he discussed his early childhood education initiatives and proposed expansion of preschool eligibility, at a morning news conference held in Lisa Mudd's preschool class at Dixie Magnet Elementary School, 1940 Eastland Parkway., in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, February 16, 2012. Nearly 40 children are enrolled in Dixie Magnet ElementaryÕs preschool program. Back row L-R: Paraeducator Tara Carter, Teacher Lisa Mudd, Gov. Steve Beshear, Principal Tara Isaacs, Assistant Principal Cheri Presley, Charles Bertram | Staff
Gov. Steve Beshear had his photo taken with students and faculty afte he discussed his early childhood education initiatives and proposed expansion of preschool eligibility, at a morning news conference held in Lisa Mudd's preschool class at Dixie Magnet Elementary School, 1940 Eastland Parkway., in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, February 16, 2012. Nearly 40 children are enrolled in Dixie Magnet ElementaryÕs preschool program. Back row L-R: Paraeducator Tara Carter, Teacher Lisa Mudd, Gov. Steve Beshear, Principal Tara Isaacs, Assistant Principal Cheri Presley, Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Gov. Steve Beshear had his photo taken with students and faculty afte he discussed his early childhood education initiatives and proposed expansion of preschool eligibility, at a morning news conference held in Lisa Mudd's preschool class at Dixie Magnet Elementary School, 1940 Eastland Parkway., in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, February 16, 2012. Nearly 40 children are enrolled in Dixie Magnet ElementaryÕs preschool program. Back row L-R: Paraeducator Tara Carter, Teacher Lisa Mudd, Gov. Steve Beshear, Principal Tara Isaacs, Assistant Principal Cheri Presley, Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Beshear visits Dixie elementary, discusses preschool expansion

February 16, 2012 05:42 PM

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