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Clinton To Discuss Early Education In New Hampshire

Kate Harper for NHPR

 

Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton is returning to New Hampshire to talk about early childhood education.

Clinton is hosting a town hall at Manchester Community College on Monday morning and participating in an afternoon conference on early childhood education. She'll also join the Today Show for a town hall moderated by host Savannah Guthrie in New Hampshire.

Clinton, who worked for the Children's Defense Fund after law school, is making early childhood education a key component of her campaign. She is calling for universal pre-kindergarten programs.

The former first lady and new grandmother says a child shouldn't have to be the granddaughter of a former president to receive a good education.

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