It should probably be tossed, or revamped. From what I understand (which comes from stories like this
) kids need help from the very start. By the time preschool rolls around it is (largely) too late. Are we to ask the government to go into the houses of the newborn to two years old and have social workers talk to children? Now what I would propose as acceptable: subsidizing day cares for the working
poor so that their children could be well cared for during the day time and have greater standards and practices for those in day care so that they try to do things (like using a greater vocabulary) that nurture these youngsters in a proven healthy manner. Not just feed and wipe them. We can't just throw money at problems, we need to understand the problems. Correction, we do not need to
, we can just keep going deeper into debt while not understanding the new economy at all and do what we're doing with the inevitable doom. Good luck lower income families that are not able to inspire the minds of your young. The factory doors are closed.