Baby School Barbara Mantel reports from an Early Head Start Program in New York City where toddlers in "Baby School" get close attention to their development and diets. Their parents, often poor teens or immigrants, are welcomed into the classroom to learn parenting skills and good nutrition.
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Barbara Mantel reports from an Early Head Start Program in New York City where toddlers in "Baby School" get close attention to their development and diets. Their parents, often poor teens or immigrants, are welcomed into the classroom to learn parenting skills and good nutrition.