State lawmakers are discussing a bill that could allow smaller, rural districts to establish preschool programs.

Currently, the state funds 4% of the cost of preschool students who qualify for free and reduced lunches in a district. That means if a district has 100 students who qualify for free and reduced lunches, the state will fund four students.

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