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The ability of the Prime Minister to fend off attacks against a national child care program by switching the label to "early learning and child care" demonstrates the remarkable power of language to frame people's thinking about and responses to controversial public policy programs. Child care policies and programs have been on the public agenda since women began to enter the labor force in large numbers in the 1960s, yet strong debates have occurred as to whether government should be involved in the delivery of those services and how extensive that involvement should be. Many critics of any role for government ...
Statistics from the U.S. Department of Justice show that children of offenders are six times more likely than their peers to be incarcerated, and one in 10 will be confined before ever becoming an adult. (6) Interestingly, a 2004 Justice Department report indicated that nearly half of the then 2 million offenders in state prisons reported having a relative who was or had been incarcerated. (7) Within the juvenile justice system, more than half of the confined population has at least one parent who is or was in prison. (8) All of these numbers indicate that there is a strong correlation ... Read More
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