Head Start budget cuts cost kids, jobs
WASHINGTON — A U.S. preschool program for low- income families allowed single mother Kelly Burford to take a $7.25-an-hour job as a department store clerk in Maryland. Her son, Bradyn, 2, spent the day with friends listening to stories, singing and drawing pictures — at no cost to Burford.
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