Choosing Wisely for Children: Policy Options for Early Childhood Programs
by W. Norton Grubb — 1991
The "crisis" that many perceive in early childhood programs is first and last an issue of funding, and hopeful talk about "the decade of the young child" should not obscure how limited the gains in public funding have been. I conclude the chapter by suggesting a new justification for public funding—similar to the justifications for Social Security—that might help solidify support for young children.
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