Book Recommends Public Policies to Aid Families
Clip: 04/27/2022 | 8m 51s
A patchwork child care system, a lack of paid family leave and millions of busy and stressed parents — a new book argues the current model of raising children isn't always the best for kids' brain development. In that book, the author writes society should give all parents more time and tools to optimize the growth of young minds.
Aired: 04/27/22 |
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