Could Goldman Sachs help pay for public preschools? Minnesota is considering an experiment with social-impact bonds similar to one Salt Lake City is already trying. Here, math coach Bryan Street works with a pre-K student in 2015 at South Shore School in South Seattle, Washington.
Could Goldman Sachs help pay for public preschools? Minnesota is considering an experiment with social-impact bonds similar to one Salt Lake City is already trying. Here, math coach Bryan Street works with a pre-K student in 2015 at South Shore School in South Seattle, Washington. Mike Siegel The Seattle Times
Could Goldman Sachs help pay for public preschools? Minnesota is considering an experiment with social-impact bonds similar to one Salt Lake City is already trying. Here, math coach Bryan Street works with a pre-K student in 2015 at South Shore School in South Seattle, Washington. Mike Siegel The Seattle Times

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