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Fresh Seeds in The Big Apple
Allan Siegel & Maureen Sherlock
Producer: Third World Newsreel
1976
Color
25 minutes
US
English

Fresh Seeds in The Big Apple

Made in cooperation with the parents and workers of two publicly funded daycare centers in Manhattan and Brooklyn, this historical Third World Newsreel production -- FRESH SEEDS IN THE BIG APPLE -- asks some fundamental questions about the state of early education in the 1970s. Why was daycare available to only six percent of the pre-school-age children in the city? What were the effects of the daycare center on the child?
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