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City commission to address pre-K program

As part of her first major education address since taking office, Mayor Lovely A. Warren announced the formation of an Early Education Commission to look into universal pre-kindergarten program in Rochester.

The announcement came as part of Warren’s plenary address at the University of Rochester Presidential Symposium, Revitalizing K-12 Education in Rochester.

The commission is in the early stages of planning, but will be led by Allen Williams, the city’s director of special projects, in conjunction with Marisol Ramos-Lopez, commissioner of the Department of Recreation and Youth Services.

Warren also has been invited to Washington, D.C., to attend an invitation-only meeting held by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to talk about increasing the achievement of students, particularly those who are disadvantaged.