What is the rationale for expansion of early childhood programs?

Using thought processes gained in The Framework for Analysis of Expenditure Policy you will do a case study choosing from one of three policy areas we covered in the course; healthcare, education, or social insurance.The case study should outline the economic issues of a current problem of practice in one of those sectors and propose a solution or recommendation for further inquiry.Remember that solutions to issues of public administration at first seem unattainable whether for economic or social reasons. To put it simply money is no object in your case study. I won’t be critiquing the feasibility of your conclusions or recommendations, rather I am more interested in your articulation of the issues and logical economic reasoning.The 10-step analysis to be addressed. You can do a paragraph for each one.The need for a programMarket failures addressed by the programAlternatives to the programParticular design features of the programPrivate sector responsesEfficiency consequencesDistributional consequencesEquity-efficiency trades offsPublic policy objectivesPolitical processThe paper should be in Times New Roman 12-point font double spaced. You can use APA formatting or footnotes.SUGGESTIONS:If you are having trouble getting started here are some potential topics:PICK ONE TOPIC ONLY1.-Healthcare – 1. What is the current state of Medicare? 2. Would a Canadian type of health insurance program work in the US?2.-Education – 1. Is the distribution of school funding equitable? 2. What is the rationale for expansion of early childhood programs?3.-Social Insurance – 1. Is the social security system running out of money? 2. Are current disability benefit programs meeting the needs of recipients? (benefit payments, determination case backlogs)