'It's a wake-up call': behind the film urging investment in pre-school education
The Guardian -

Research has repeatedly shown that investment in a child’s first five years can determine life chances. So why is it so hard for so many families to access?

Maria Hernandez, a single mother of four in Waco, Texas, ferries her children to school in between two job shifts, midnight to 6am, and 8am to 5pm. Shannon and Donnie Poff, parents to a four-year-old son in Henderson, Nevada, split childcare between staggered work shifts – Shannon as a nail technician during the day, Donnie as a security...

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