A federal performance partnership for early childhood
Katharine B. Stevens | American Enterprise Institute
Granting greater flexibility in the use of funds awarded across funding streams can advance states’ capacity to meet the needs of working families and their young children while amplifying the impact of current spending.
Please be advised that, as this site upgraded, some material is out of context with current events (it was originally posted between 2014- 2018.) However, the content is ageless and seeks to remedy a disintegrating educational program, even as we speak of it today. The best remedies will remain voiceless; without a heavy purse, stronger family structure, and less educational politics to announce a new educational ideology that puts kids first.