Confronting the Child Care Crisis

Confronting the Child Care Crisis

by Stevanne Auerbach PhD
     
 

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Outstanding, historically important penetrating analysis of child care dynamics and practical guidebook for change. Essential reading about unmet needs of childcare. Based on years of personal, professional experience, facts and problems show inadequate quality child care significantly contributes to family stress. Recounting experiences in federal government Dr.

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Outstanding, historically important penetrating analysis of child care dynamics and practical guidebook for change. Essential reading about unmet needs of childcare. Based on years of personal, professional experience, facts and problems show inadequate quality child care significantly contributes to family stress. Recounting experiences in federal government Dr. Auerbach reveals red tape, overlapping services, mismanagement, wasted resources, lack of interest that stalled legislation, hampered programs that make a difference. She shows how to improve services, federal and state, suggesting how to build cooperation between government, industry, and local resources to make a difference. This book provides perspectives to respond to the current critical challenges.

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ISBN-13:
9780807041529
Publisher:
Beacon
Publication date:
08/01/1979

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