Part One: Discover the Problem
Part Two: See the Big Picture
Part Three: Engage the Solutions
For many low-income children, by the time they enter pre-K, they are already behind. With the odds stacked against them, the battle for economic and social opportunity begins before they even enter a classroom. It begins the day they are born.
Public justice requires government acts, but in ways that support, rather than supplant, the rich network of social institutions in which human life is lived.
The need for sound public policies that promote the values that Angel’s Place upholds is essential as well.
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