(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[22. June 2007] The situation is desperate for thousands of Norwegian families. Kindergarten deficiency is acute and everyday is a perpetual rush for child care. Parents must take leave from work to stay home with the children. They have put their trust in Finance Minister Kristin Halvorsen to fix what feminists and politicians have been talking about for 30 years: full daycare. Although the goal is not fully achieved by the end of 2007, the grips are so radical and the development so large that it is already the biggest victory of family policy since public schooling.
But the jubilation over the kindergarten place quickly drowns in the fear of. . .
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