Are Working Parents Harming America's Children?
David L. Bender
Greenhaven Press, 1991 - Child abuse - 50 pages
Experts debate what school policies would help children, how to protect children from abuse, the effects of working parents on children, and if children are disproportionately poor in the United States. Includes critical thinking skills activities.
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