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Although North Dakota showed slight improvement, the state still ranks 7th lowest in the nation with regard to children enrolled in preschool.
Ina Cernusca is a research specialist with the North Dakota Compass project and the Center for Social Research at NDSU. As a part of the ND Compass team, Ina contributes to the project by creating and implementing strategies to continually grow and improve the quality of the website, by developing and monitoring performance measures, implementing impact evaluation methods, and conducting research projects associated with ND Compass.
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