Everybody's Children: Child Care as a Public Problem

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Nearly two-thirds of American women with children under age six are in the labor force. It should be no surprise that child care is one of the most serious and widespread concerns of parents today. They worry constantly, wondering if they can afford a particular arrangement, dreading that their favorite provider will quit, and, mostly, questioning whether or not they're doing the best they can for their children. Although these concerns are usually considered a private headache, William Gormley argues that child care is a ...

Everybody's Children: Child Care as a Public Problem 1995, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780815732235

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Everybody's Children: Child Care as a Public Problem 1995, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780815732242

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