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The Pew Charitable Trusts has awarded a grant of nearly $4 million to create an advocacy center for early education, The Trust for Early Education. The new Washington-based nonprofit will work at the federal level to expand support for education for all three- and four-year olds. In addition, Pew created the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University. The institute will support new research and provide fact-based information to the Trust for Early Education and policy makers in federal and state governments. Both initiatives are part of Pew's commitment to attaining voluntary access to high-quality early education for all.

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