April 5, 2011: HELP’s Paul Kershaw suggests funding daycare by cutting back grandparents’ medical care such as hip replacements

April 5, 2011: HELP’s Paul Kershaw suggests funding daycare by cutting back grandparents’ medical care such as hip replacements. UBC alone paid Kershaw (2008) $97,321 + $10,009 in expenses. (How about cutting such “scholars'” salaries and distributing the saving to…

April 5, 2011: HELP’s Paul Kershaw suggests funding daycare by cutting back grandparents’ medical care such as hip replacements

April 5, 2011: HELP’s Paul Kershaw suggests funding daycare by cutting back grandparents’ medical care such as hip replacements. UBC alone paid Kershaw (2008) $97,321 + $10,009 in expenses. (How about cutting such “scholars'” salaries and distributing the saving to…

Kathleen Lahey’s article: Bribing women to stay at home

Kathleen Lahey’s article, Bribing women to stay at home (broken link), in the National Post and a reply by Andrea Mrozek, The new feminist demand: high taxes (broken link)

Kids First response to thestar.com article, “Lack of child care costing Canada: report”

RE: March 6, 2011. The Star - article (web): "Lack of child care costing Canada: report" Dear Editor: Every mother is a working mother. Statistics about mothers' employment are falsely used as a proxy measure for "work" and for daycare…

Costs—Daycare, Preschool, All-Day Kindergarten (broken links)

"Measure all costs"2001. Lynn A. Karoly et. al. Rand Corporation - article: "Analyzing the Costs and Benefits of EarlyChildhood Interventions" (follow links to download full report) Full Costs Never Openly Discussed or Grossly Underestimated "I don't have a dollar figure"Dr.…

Talking to economist Kevin Milligan: On all-day kindergarten

Talking to economist Kevin Milligan: On all-day kindergarten, Nobel laureate James Heckman and the purported economic benefits of universal plans. In IFMC’s eReview: September 22, 2010. Kevin Milligan and Andrea Mrozek. Institute of Marriage and Family Canada - interview (PDF):…

Sept 7, 2010 Globe and Mail article—Full-day kindergarten in Ontario gets failing grade

Sept 7, 2010 Globe and Mail article—Full-day kindergarten in Ontario gets failing grade (. The article includes comments from Kate Tennier, Kindergarten Credit co-ordinator, and Dr Kevin Milligan, UBC economist.