Corporate Childcare


Stanley Greenspan
*Author of 18 books most recently, The Four-Thirds Solution: Solving the Childcare Crisis in America Today (Perseus, 2001)

Donna Klein
*Vice President, Workforce Effectiveness Marriott International

Rachel Schumacher
*Policy Analyst, The Center for Law and Social Policy

Peter Schmitt
*Wrote poem For a Sleepless Child *Author, Hazard Duty: Poems (Copper Beech, 1995) and County Airport: Poems (Copper Beech, 1989)

As more moms join the workforce...more of America's children spend their days and sometimes nights in childcare. Experts say that U.S. childcare is high priced and low-quality. So, what's the solution? Some say, merging corporate and government resources would provide safe, quality care.....but how? Join Lynn Neary and a panel of guests to discuss childcare in America.

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