Teacher Sheila Dengler-Shaw, left, United Way CEO Nora Carpenter and Boise Superintendent Don Coberly visit a preschool classroom at Whitney Elementary School Friday. The city of Boise partnered with the Boise School District, United Way and Micron, among others, to create the Pre-K program.
Teacher Sheila Dengler-Shaw, left, United Way CEO Nora Carpenter and Boise Superintendent Don Coberly visit a preschool classroom at Whitney Elementary School Friday. The city of Boise partnered with the Boise School District, United Way and Micron, among others, to create the Pre-K program. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Teacher Sheila Dengler-Shaw, left, United Way CEO Nora Carpenter and Boise Superintendent Don Coberly visit a preschool classroom at Whitney Elementary School Friday. The city of Boise partnered with the Boise School District, United Way and Micron, among others, to create the Pre-K program. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Boise pre-K experiment will test city-school partnership

October 29, 2015 06:09 PM

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