This juxtaposition just jumped out at me ... on facebook.
First, I saw this photo, shared by a page called Outside Existence: "This is how kids should be socializing not side by side on the couch holding gaming remotes!"
I scrolled down an inch or two and came across The Heritage Foundation's Morning Bell:
.... There are already 45 government preschool programs run by numerous federal agencies, including the Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, Agriculture, the Interior, and Housing and Urban Development. Burke and Sheffield note that these 45 programs “are estimated to cost taxpayers more than $20 billion annually. Many are duplicative and ineffective, failing to serve the needs of children from low-income families.”
Everyone wants children to have the best start in life. Large-scale government preschool programs are not the way to ensure that happens.
Amen. And if I may, I'd like to add this comment by M/Obama:
“ My hope is that through children, they will begin to educate their families and that will, in turn, begin to educate our communities.”
Children should educate adults? As usual, the Left has it exactly bass-ackwards.