Renee Sentilles Discusses the Historical Roots of Modern Childcare Debates

Renee Sentilles, the Henry Eldridge Bourne Professor of History, discussed in the historical roots of modern childcare debates, noting that the idea of providing a public structure of supervising and educating young children conflicts with two basic tenets of American culture: the ideas that individual families should solve individual family problems and that mothers belong in the home.

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