Early Life and Education
She received B.A. and M.A. degrees from University of Detroit, followed by M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees from Yale University
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“The Cairo conference ... is about a complicated web of education and employment, consumption and poverty, development and health care. It is also about whether governments will follow where women have so clearly led them, toward safe, simple and reliable choices in family planning. While Cairo crackles with conflict, in the homes of the world the orthodoxies have been duly heard, and roundly ignored.”
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“Although good early childhood programs can benefit all children, they are not a quick fix for all of societys illsfrom crime in the streets to adolescent pregnancy, from school failure to unemployment. We must emphasize that good quality early childhood programs can help change the social and educational outcomes for many children, but they are not a panacea; they cannot ameliorate the effects of all harmful social and psychological environments.”
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“I have heard a good many pretend that they are going to die; or that they have died, for aught that I know. Nonsense! Ill defy them to do it. They have nt got life enough in them.... Only half a dozen or so have died since the world began.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)