UNC - Interactive Maps Showing How the NC Pre-K Program is Delivered in Each County

North Carolina Pre-K is a state-funded program administered by the Division of Child Development and Early Education within the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. The program serves eligible four-year-olds in classroom-based educational programs in five settings, including public schools, private child care centers (both for-profit and nonprofit), and Head Start sites (in both public and private facilities). 

Get a better idea of the distribution and usage of NC Pre-K across counties and regions via these interactive maps from the University of North Carolina School of Government.