British Columbia Minister of Education Margaret MacDiarmid wrote recently about the great investment in all-day kindergarten having “limitless returns for the future of our province and our economy.” In this Commentary, Andrea Mrozek of the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada discusses that notion – and whether the program even addresses the issues it promises to solve.

Recipe for Disaster: Solving a problem that doesn’t exist explains that Universal programs don’t provide a public financial return because the majority of children are doing just fine. Worse, it potentially drains resources away from those children and families who need them most.

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