2020年11月1日托福考场独立写作解析及参考语料2020-11-05 14:40:56 发布 来源：雷哥托福微信公众号
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
Government should provide free preschool education to children in all families. Include reasons and examples to support your response.
同学们在平时遇到的任何题目的分析中，都应该习惯从正反俩个角度去考虑，（walk out of your caomfort zone) 因为无论是赞成与否，我们都可以找到大把的理由！
现在离婚率（divorce rate）高居不下的时代，单亲家庭（single parents familu) 会有很多养育的经济压力，但是从基本生活开支层面都会不堪重负，加之全球一些特殊情况例如全球疫情（global epidemic) 或者其他灾难情况下，社会福利（socical welfare）对于低收入家庭尤其重要.
如果政府解决幼儿园教育费用问题，更多家长就可以去安心就业，就业率文档（stable employment rate),这个对社区，社会的安定（social security）
很多学龄前儿童无法上学主要原因是父母无法负担幼儿园费用（affordable),甚至部分孩子都无法满足基本的温饱问题（basic need of food and clothing),政府主要责任就保证教育的公平性（fairness），保证人们的基本权利，包括受教育的权利，所以实现全面免费是保证这种公平性的第一步
Subsidizing child care improves worker retention, boosts our economy, and results in better public health outcomes. Plus, it's high time Americans got with the program. The male breadwinner-female caregiver family model has gone the way of the Edsel, and it's time we changed policy to fit reality:
Day care, in other words, has become a permanent reality, although the public conversation barely reflects that fact. The issue of child care is either neglected as a “women’s issue” or obsessed over in mommy-wars debates about the virtues of day care versus stay-at-home moms....we still haven’t come to terms with the shift of women from the home to the workplace.
But for many conservatives, it's an issue of responsibility. Why should the government have to pay for someone to take care of your child while you are at work? It's a similar argument to the one against state-sponsored health insurance; the government isn't here to take care of us, we need to take care of ourselves. If you're going to have children, you need to figure out how they will be taken care of.
Advocacy groups point out the prohibitive expense of American childcare holds back low-income families economically and developmentally:
Since the 1980s, child care costs have nearly doubled; in 31 states, infant day care costs more annually than in-state college tuition.
Others just find subsidized childcare fundamentally unfair, and think it should be up to individual families to take responsibility for themselves.
Barack Obama and others argue that creating a sustainable, affordable public daycare system in America is a must-have, and that it's time to move beyond prejudice against single parents and outmoded ideas of family life. Two-thirds of American mothers work outside the home today. At the New Republic, Jonathan Cohen argues:
The United States has always been profoundly uncomfortable with the idea of supporting child care outside the home, for reasons that inevitably trace back to beliefs over the proper role of women and mothers.