From The Raleigh News & Observer: A judge has ruled that North Carolina cannot impose a cap that limits pre-kindergarten for low-income 4-year-olds. The ruling brings some clarity to recent changes to the pre-kindergarten program formerly known as More at Four. Gov. Bev Perdue has directed the agency overseeing the pre-K program to come up with a plan to comply with the judge's order, which could open up pre-K education to many more children. Given limitations of space, staff and money, the program cannot be fully expanded immediately, Perdue cautioned.