Print

Print


You know, we don't have a conclusion to this paper. Because this is an
"assessment" I wonder if we are supposed to have a conclusion based upon
what we learned, and what would make this community better? Right now this
paper reads like a book report, with no suggestions based upon our analysis.
Should we leave it as is? Nancy, give me a call at home 453-5504, since you
were there. All we need is a paragraph or two.

-----Original Message-----
From: Policy Project [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Mollie
Beth Moriarty
Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2006 3:17 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: financial info

I don't recall Joan talking about inadequate compensation.  We as a 
group just talked about the flat rate and if that ws fair to poorer 
families.  I;m gone for the rest of the day.  I'll check my email when 
I get home around 8:30.

Mollie



Quoting "Andrew R. Morton" <[log in to unmask]>:

> I am writing the section about finances, but what I don't know is if you
> (Nancy, Mollie) talked about whether the level of compensation is enough,
> not enough, too much, etc. I wanted to talk just a little about the
delicate
> balance between compensating providers enough for the tough work they do,
> yet not providing so much that people are drawn to it because of greed
> instead of concern for children. Did this discussion occur during your
> interview? I just thought it would be important to address whether current
> compensation was adequate.
>
>