Advocates have been saying for years, that the needs of young children get lost inside Connecticut’s larger school system.
Governor Malloy has just proposed a new Office of Early Childhood, focused exclusively on children ages zero to five years old.
Multiple state agencies have administered Connecticut’s early childhood programs, and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman says its been hard for parents to figure out.
"To get through the bureaucratic mess in government was terrible. Because you’d have to go from one department to the other department."