MY RESPONSE:The set of articles I chose to read and write about are Does high-quality preschool benefits children? What the research shows. Education Sciences? by Morgan and the case against preschool by Wong. I chose the two articles because both tackles why parents do not warmly receive preschool education programs. For instance, the report by Morgan purports that preschool education has a lot of benefits to children. Still, parents opt out of that school program for numerous reasons like poverty (Morgan, 2019). Wong expands on the article by Morgan by explaining why most parents do not prefer preschool. According to him, albeit the preschool program is being politicized, parents decide against the program because of the high costs the program attracts (Wong, 2014). It is more expensive to be in American preschool than colleges! The other article I read through was The Research Argument For NYC’s Preschool Plan For 3-Year-Olds by Westervelt, written in 2017.The reading strategies for the two articles differed. When reading the article by Morgan (2019), I first read the introduction and conclusion. The opening provided an overview of the obstacles that bar the preschool’s success, including its high cost. In the conclusion, I found out the author’s findings, and then I turned to the article’s body and read it. For the article by Wong (2014), I used prior knowledge on preschool status to follow the text because I had already encountered the topic after reading the Morgan article.The article that proved difficult to read was by Morgan. The author tackled the preschool issue in detail using statistics collected from various states. On the other hand, Wong’s article briefly addressed the challenges facing preschool programs.PEERS RESPONSE:After skimming through the topics I choose Universal Preschool because it ties into my degree program, and Food Insecurity because it looked interesting.The topic I choose was Universal Preschool because I have a love from working with young children and helping them to grow and learn. I wanted to see what ways they where looking at making Preschool Universal, and what they expected to get out of doing this.The Universal Preschool set of articles included:Does high-quality Preschool benefit children? Buy: Morgan, H.(2019)Westervelt, E. (2017, April 25). The Research Argument For NYC’s Preschool Plan For 3-Year-Olds.Wong, A. (2014, November 18). The case against universal preschool.The method that I used for this was PSR method and the Slow Reading strategy. “Preschool benefits children?” and The research Argument For NYC’s Preschool Plan for 3-year-olds” this method worked the best for me. It helped me to find many interesting things in the reading and also how I would see that method being used in the schools where I work and would like to work.I started reading ” The Research Argument For NYC’s Preschool Plan for 3-year-olds. using the PSR method, and found this to be the best way to read this article with taking notes on the side of paper and summarizing what I had ready. Afterwards I was able to go back and look over my notes and read the article in a more dense form.The article I had the most trouble with was “Does high-quality Preschool benefit children? It was a long article that was dense with information and trying to summarize more than one paragraph at a time was not working. Once I broke it down to just paragraphs it was much easier to get through, but it did take much longer to read because I found my eyes kept skipping lines and missing words and phrases that would cause me to lose my place in the article and I would have to start over. I also found that I was getting upset because I was not able to take in all the reading like I wanted to. I had to use Slow Reading and make sure that I was taking notes and coming back to it at a later time.Compare the types of sources you read to that of your peers. How was reading these different sources the same as or different from your peers? Share whether you read any of the same articles, even if you did not end up writing about them.Your responses should be at least 100 words each.