DDI09-GT-Head-Start-Neg

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01fe6183dbe0fc6b742cbb1c0195bc3442e493c1 Dartmouth 2K9 1 Head Start Neg Last printed 0/0/0000 0:00:00 AM 1
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01fe6183dbe0fc6b742cbb1c0195bc3442e493c1 Dartmouth 2K9 2 So there are a few approaches that you can take with this. First, this case is probably actually topical if you want to try and write a bad T off of excluding funding, be my guest, but that T just isn’t true. Otherwise, there is a decent spending link and a politics link based off of funding. Interestingly enough, both of the counterplans avoid those links, so I would recommend those Disads along with one of the counterplans. Coercion links pretty well and theoretically could be a net benefit to the states CP and probably is one to transparency, so that’s a decent K to read if that’s your cup of tea. The advantages are mostly long term impacts, so quicker disads that may or may not actually access some parts of the internal links probably will easily win you this round. Their add-ons are civic engagement and poverty (not exactly the greatest). The solvency takeouts are rather decent, so I would engage that debate. Suggested Strat: Coercion/Biopolitics States (personally, I’m not entirely sure how much of case transparency will solve, so to be safe…) Politics Economy Case 2
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01fe6183dbe0fc6b742cbb1c0195bc3442e493c1 Dartmouth 2K9 3 States CP 1NC Counterplan Text: The fifty states of the United States should fully fund uniform Head Start equivalents for early childhood education. States can provide quality early childhood education – six states prove National Association of State Boards of Education 2009 : State Early Childhood Education Successes, Goals the Focus of New Policy Report. http://nasbe.org/index.php/press-release-archive/629-earlychildhoodguide Arlington, Va. — The six states in the Early Childhood Education Network compiled an impressive list of accomplishments in building a statewide foundation for improving the education of young children , according to a new policy brief from the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE). Promoting Quality in PreK-Grade 3 Classrooms both tells the story of what it takes to leverage change across disparate systems and develops a vision for excellence in preschool and early grade instruction—along with the state umbrella of policies, standards, supports, and collaborative initiatives needed to promote high quality educational experiences for all young children. Above all, the report recommends that states pay heed to the widely available early childhood research on effective practices in the field and align standards curricula, assessment and teaching across the prek-3 spectrum accordingly. The brief , which draws on findings within NASBE’s Early Childhood Education Network, notes that states within the Network have made great progress meeting those goals as more research came to the fore. “The research shows that different levels of early childhood education can no longer be treated as independent of each other,” said Dr.
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