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If you still need convincing that high-quality child care makes a difference, read this book, which is a year in the life of Red Caboose. Then imagine what might have happened if the teachers were young, new, and inexperienced, if turnover was so constant that staff never got to bond and work together as a team. Imagine, in other words, what might have happened in most child-care settings in America.
|Chapter 1||Fall: The Bumblebee Room||8|
|Chapter 2||Winter: The Turtle Room||78|
|Chapter 3||Spring: The Elephant Room||141|
|Chapter 4||Summer: The Grasshopper Room||190|
Posted January 10, 2001
The Goodbye Window offers parents, early childhood professionals, and the general public a look into what child care is really like. Triumphs and struggles are both documented at a program that values a high quality early childhood program in an era where there is little financial support for such programs.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.