City Comptroller Scott Stringer: Some pre-Kindergarten sites may be unsafe

08-28 prek

Most school contracts haven’t been submitted, meaning site safety checks haven’t been conducted.

The city comptroller is warning of possible safety problems associated with Mayor Bill de Blasio's signature initiative to provide universal pre-Kindergarten.

According to city Comptroller Scott Stringer, de Blasio's office is far behind in submitting contracts with school providers. He says more than 70 percent of pre-K contracts have yet to reach the Department of Education, which means...

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