MADISON (WKOW) — Wisconsin received $10 million from the Preschool Development Birth to Five Grant to strengthen the state’s early childhood system.

Gov. Tony Evers’ office said in a press release issued Monday that the state intended to use the money to gather better information about care and education.

“The first years of a kid’s life set the tone for their future success,” Evers said. “Right now, many families struggle to find affordable and reliable care for their kids before they reach school age. This grant provides us with an opportunity to clear some of those hurdles, and to connect the dots for our kids and their families.”

The governor’s office said the state will look for ways to support the early childcare and

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