Dale Sorcher

Dale Sorcher has cared for infants and toddlers at a Jewish day care on and off since 1996. She could probably teach the classes she will be forced to take to keep her job. Dale holds two masters degrees, one in social work and one in expressive therapy. Unfortunately, this educational pedigree and her years of experience with children do not qualify her to keep her job. As Dale nears retirement, she does not want to go back to school on top of her work at the day care, her job as a counselor and her continuing education requirements for both jobs.

  • April 26, 2018    |   Economic Liberty

    Washington, D.C. Day Care Education

    D.C. Parents and Day Care Providers Sue to Stop Rule Requiring Providers to Earn College Degree to Watch Kids

    Any parent who has raised a child knows that it takes a lot of hard work, perseverance and, most importantly, patience. The one thing it doesn’t take is a college degree. But don’t tell that to Washington, D.C.’s Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), which recently passed a regulation forcing the city’s day…

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