New options for public education

Ferrante, Frances V.; Baxter, Daniel
December 1993
Mothering;Winter93, Issue 69, p90
Focuses on alternative educational formats in public education. Creation and need for alternative education; Example set by the public education system of Sonoma County, California; Dunlap Bill authorizing non-breastfed counterparts; Immunity being passed on from mother to infant or toddler through breast milk; Deep emotional bonding between breastfeeding mothers and infants.


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