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Family is the cradle of all cultures because it informs the larger society regarding the specifics of human needs in a given environment, and then, conversely, interprets that particular cultural solution to a coming generation through initial socialization of a child.
“Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,” reads the Statue of Liberty. But what do we do with the complex immigration situation today?
Children have always been seen as the continuance of a family’s name and a society’s future. But in domestic hard times and national crisis, because of excessive opulence or poverty, children suffer the most and the longest.
The public schools are one of the largest and most complicated public projects our nation has ever attempted. The idea of how to fix public education lies squarely across our largest emotional fault lines as our assumptions about the role of government mingle with our values about how to raise children.