Head Start: the inside story of America's most successful educational experiment

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BasicBooks, Sep 25, 1992 - Education - 274 pages
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An architect of the government educational program discusses how it was created; how it survived political, ideological, and budget battles; how it can be improved; and what answers it gives to current educational controversies. 10,000 first printing. $15,000 ad/promo.

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As one of its earliest champions, Zigler has been intimately involved with Head Start throughout its 27-year history. Aided by Muenchow, executive director of Florida Children's Forum, he details the ... Read full review

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High Hopes
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Miracle Workers
28
On the Defensive
56
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Muenchow is Executive Director of the Florida Children's Forum and was previously Chief of Child Care and Prevention Services for Florida's Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services.

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