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 Quotes from books about daycare - 1970, p2

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Who's Minding the Children?
by Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, 1973, page 150
Infant day care, although it was a regular feature of day care centers at the turn of the century, was one of the first kinds of care to be done away with as standards were raised.
...there remains a great deal of concern about widespread care of infants in day care centers...
Category = History, Quality
Who's Minding the Children?
by Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, 1973, page 198
But in the meantime, there have been some questions raised about whether Head Start and early education produce anything in the way of improved cognitive performance at the primary school level. All evidence seemed to suggest that by the end of the first grade, children who had been in Head Start did no better on tests than children who had not participated in such programs.
Category = Development
Who's Minding the Children?
by Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, 1973, page 202
Dr. Meers ends by recommending that day care be reserved for use only by the most disadvantaged and neglected children in the population.
Even Drs. Urie Bronfrenbrenner and Jerome Kagan...have raised questions about our national capabilities for providing good day care--daycare that does not divide parents and children, does not separate children and adults, that does take a thorough look at the kind of social values it is promoting, day care that would meet the differing needs of children...
Category = Quality
Who's Minding the Children?
by Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, 1973, page 203
On the (political) left, the Radical Education Project foresees the day that a nationally controlled system of day care would be used to force poor people into a system of slave labor while their children were cared for in custodial day care centers.
Category = Politics
Who's Minding the Children?
by Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, 1973, page 210
Witness William Shannon's comments...
Are child-development centers desirable for any other children other than the most damaged and deprived? The unpopular truth is that any community facility--call it a day-care center or a child-development center--is at best an inadequate, unsatisfactory substitute, and at worst a dangerous, destructive substitute for a child's own mother.
Category =  Quality

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