Opinion: Furor over women breadwinners obscures need for early childhood education
While the country considers the role of women in the workplace and what that means for single-parent households, women’s earning and retirement, and the future of the labor force itself, early childhood care is too often expensive, too limited in the number of children it serves, and too often, ignored in terms of federal policy.
Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, co-founder, Executive Director and CEO of MomsRising.org and Vice President of First Focus, Ed Walz, join the Sex Politics And Religion Hour to talk about how the littlest Americans can better be served by their government, and the myriad benefits that come in the short and long term when that happens:
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