Resources for Early Childhood Development
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Imagine how things would be different today if high-quality childcare and pre-K was affordable and available to every family who wanted it. It almost happened.
Once Upon a Time allows us to imagine how things might be different if all of America’s children had access to high-quality early care and education—in fact, we almost did.
When women were suddenly propelled into the workforce during WWII, the government responded.
Discussion Guide for Once Upon a Time (Episode 2)
Working behind the scenes, Pres. Nixon and his young White House speech writer, Patrick Buchanan, shocked Congress when they invoked ‘family values’ for the first time to undercut families.
Then Senator (and former VP) Walter Mondale describes how a bi-partisan Congress assured high-quality childcare and other services from birth to age five for every family that wanted it back in 1971.