Well written article, The economics (and ethics) of affordable child care) from the Broadbent Institute hits the nail on the head, recommending “intelligent child care policy design”:
“Policies that make good quality child care more affordable for families can increase women’s employment opportunities and change the way that the market rewards women’s work. This can be beneficial for children and families and society.”
Well said Gord Cleveland!
Posted by Jodie Kehl at 4:11 pm