This book is for those who believe they have a voice in what happens to their children. It details the strengths and weaknesses of a number of programs in the Danish national child care system, linking the Danish example to begin a movement toward a more rational concern for all American children.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Who Speaks for the Children? 2. Who Helps the Family? 3. A Solution for Children of Working Parents: A Nationwide Network of Day-Care Centers 4. Family-To-Family Day Care 5. Visiting Health Care for Infants 6. A Support System: Services for Mothers During Pregnancy and After 7. Training Child-Care Workers