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Minnesota group wants more resources for early-childhood education

There are 4 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Dec 9, 2010, titled Minnesota group wants more resources for early-childhood education. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

A group of Minnesota business leaders is calling on state lawmakers to expand a rating system for preschools and child care providers and to increase early-learning scholarships so low-income families can send their children to quality programs.

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Rice St

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Dec 9, 2010
B/S Just one more way to pick pockets. So the State can rase Kids better then parents. Next there will be a study that if you give birth in a Government School your child will be more likley to succeed then a child that was born in a Hospital.

Notice that this Study was done by Groups that will cash in from early education, and the Feds now are experts in Education.

Just one more way for Education Minnesota to get more of what you work for.

The best thing for a Child is to Bond with parents as long as possible before sending them to a Government school to learn about Global Warming and Gay Rights.

Hopkins, MN

#2 Dec 9, 2010
Well...gosh let them pay for it!!!!!!!!!!
Tru Dat

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Dec 9, 2010
How much are they already getting. It's babysitting, for crying out loud! Two parent families in the suburbs have to pay for everything for their kids from pre school, lunches , buses, school supplies, and after school activities. If kids have two working parents, they won't be the poor kids anymore.

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Dec 10, 2010
Good and better resources

Would be to eliminate the "Professional education"system that has taken education to the dump, and hand education of our children over to private entities that can understand the contract that demands that school students in their care be taught and educated by standards required by the needs of society and the parental guidance that will guide the student for a lifetime of sucess as an outstanding citizen.

Then: Taxpayers and their children will get something out of the hundreds of Billions now wasted on a failing public education. OR School vouchers would get the same results

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