In Indiana, 3,680 children under the age of three are served by Early Head Start. In addition, 10 percent of 3-year-olds and 14.5 percent of 4-year-olds are served through federal Head Start and special education preschool. However, the state currently does not fund a state-run pre-K program. Indiana Governor Mike Pence has championed establishing a voluntary pre-K voucher program to expand early education opportunities for low-income children and the pilot program is moving forward. The average annual cost of center-based infant care in the state is $8,073.