Sturdier support for family nurturing

Kleiner, Ellen
March 1995
Mothering;Spring95, Issue 74, p26
Cites the efforts of the private sector to foster the primacy of family in the United States. Drafting of a Parental Bill of Rights which entitles parents to educational benefits; Parental Bill's security of more direct parental care for children less than five years of age; Business enterprises' response to the need for family togetherness.


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