By Barbara R. Bergmann, Suzanne Wiggans Helburn
The revolution in women’s lives has created an unheard of call for for non-parental baby care, and sparked a starting to be baby care run via either private and non-private prone. during this booklet, esteemed economists study the motives and capability treatments of the kid care difficulties that face this state at the present time. Writing for policymakers, mom and dad, and prone alike, Suzanne W. Helburn and Barbara R. Bergmann give you the first in-depth examine the kid care undefined, deciding upon an important difficulties comparable to caliber of care and the excessive price of even mediocre care. in addition, the authors determine assets for change–including more advantageous regulatory methods on companies and providers of care–and extra govt subsidies. America’s baby Care challenge examines the perspectives of key avid gamers in all aspects of the kid care undefined: CEOs, politicians, coverage advocates, starting place administrators, baby care prone, and oldsters; and gives particular suggestion and directions for folks to exploit while deciding upon care. The e-book is helping mom and dad comprehend the hidden expenses of kid care; the professionals and cons of kid care facilities as opposed to care by means of nannies, family, and family-run facilities; and risk indications that point out a low caliber of kid care.
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There are enough places to accommodate all children presented for enrollment. Before- and after-school care is well organized and inexpensive, so the system serves the needs of working parents. Some publicly-supported and administered centers for the care of infants and toddlers (crèches) are also provided. The crèches charge fees that are graduated according to family income. Professor Edward Zigler of Yale University, one of the originators of the Head Start program and a long-term and influential advocate for better care and education for young children, proposes making the public schools the principal locus of early care and education activities in the United States.
2 billion in 2000. It is not “refundable” and so can only be used to offset whatever federal taxes the family owes. Thus it does not give any benefits at all to those who owe no federal taxes and only a partial benefit to those whose tax amounts to less than the credit. So the credit gives no help at all to lower-income families. A single mother with two children under five would get little or no benefit from it unless she had a wage income of about $21,000 or above, a wage earned by only a minority of such mothers.
If parents paid little or nothing, they would not have to divert large portions of their income to paying for care. However, some child care experts question the wisdom of housing child care in public schools; they see a danger that there would be drift toward a much more regimented, “scholarly” curriculum than they consider appropriate for this age group. The quality school-based care Zigler envisions would certainly be a valuable component of the supply of child care under the federally funded program we are advocating.
America's Child Care Problem: The Way Out by Barbara R. Bergmann, Suzanne Wiggans Helburn