The hidden history of Head Start
Source:Development at risk series, Oxford University Press, Oxford ; New York, p.384 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LC4091 .Z55 2010
Keywords:Early childhood education--United States--History, Head Start Program (U.S.)--History
"Zigler integrates the disciplines of political science, sociology, and child development to give an intellectually rich and powerful account of one of the most important social programs in recent history. As someone who helped to create and shape Head Start, he tells a story that no one else can. Hidden History is poignant, humorous, and enlightening."