Should the state provide free nursery education for all children?
no. if a couple or a person wants to have kids they should be responsible for the child. others paying to raise your kids is just wrong.
by nursery education, do you mean preschool? if so, statistics indicate that children who complete academic preschools are more likely to complete what is considered a regular high school education program without any type of academic support services... so it would be less expensive to offer free preschool than to provide academic support services in public school programs (including summer / extended year programs) through high school. So yes.
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