Why don’t they stop having kids if they can’t afford them?
I was a Head Start Family Educator in the Appalachians for five years.
Heather Nann

This is a question that you didn’t address. I’m sure that the answers are complex (culture, lack of education, lack of health services, the Christian Right). Or perhaps simply lack of hope. What ever the reasons, as a parent, it seems to me that this is an important question.

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