Debate Over Child Care, 1969-1990: A Sociohistorical Analysis
SUNY Press, 1992 M01 1 - 450 páginas
The Debate Over Child Care: 1969-1990 offers a new perspective on the pervading problem of providing child care services in the United States. The author traces the contemporary debate over the sponsorship of child care services and compares this to the past debate over the sponsorship of kindergartens during the Progressive Era. Klein compares the function of child care across societal sectors, and points out that turf fighting and imbedded ideological differences have prohibited the development of a proactive social policy for providing needed child care services. She analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of five different sponsors: the public schools, the church, private enterprise, non-profit organizations, and corporations. Past and present federal legislation is discussed in relation to the divisive issue of sponsorship.
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The PublicNonprofit Sponsorship Position in the Contemporary Debate over Child Care Services
Church Sponsorship and the Religious Function
ForProfit Sponsorship and the Economic Function
Employer Sponsorship and the Economic Function
Public School Sponsorship and the Education Function
The Context of the Past Debate
Private Sponsorship of Kindergartens
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