Community leaders gathered at Winston-Salem State University on Tuesday, April 9,2018 to talk about pre-k access in Forsyth County. (left) Beth Day-Hairston with WSSU, (center) Bob Feikema, with Family Services, (right) Dr. Laura Gerald with the Kate B. Charitable Trust. KERI BROWN/WFDD

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is providing a grant to study access to pre-k education in Forsyth County. It will include data and community engagement to find ways to address the issue.

The more than $800,000 grant will fund a feasibility study and community outreach events aimed at providing high quality education to every four year-old in the county.

“We are trying to support the community’s exploration of the topic,” says Dr. Laura Gerald, president of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust.

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