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Quotes from books about daycare - 1985-1989, p 9

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Featured Books 1985-1989:  
Who Will Rock the Cradle   pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14  
Day Care Child Psychology & Adult Economics   pages: 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21
A Mother's Work  pages: 22 | 23 | 24
High Risk: children without a conscience pages: 25 | 26
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Who Will Rock the Cradle? ,
Edited by Phyllis Schlafly, ©1989, Page 130
I remember one mother who said to her little boy, “Bring your truck that you brought (to daycare) this morning.” The little child sighed and said, “What’s the use of bringing it home, Mommy? I’m here more than I’m home anyway.”
Daycare: A Child’s View by Wendy Dreskin, former daycare provider
Category = Caregiver, Quality
Who Will Rock the Cradle?
Edited by Phyllis Schlafly ©1989,  Page 130-131
Many daycare advocates have tried to create a smokescreen or rationalizations, distortions, and outright lies. They have a seemingly limitless supply of rationalizations to confuse parents who are considering daycare for their child and to reassure parents who are already using it.
  • “We’re professionals,” they claim. “We can teach your children better than you can.” (But) parents are the best teachers in a child’s early years.
  • Another rationalization is the need for peer contact. Infants simply have no need for peer contact.
  • You have probably heard the claim that daycare makes children more independent and more mature. …children who have been in full-time daycare from their earliest years are more defiant of adult authority and more likely to use bad language. Daycare advocates look on the bright side (of this) and report that studies show that daycare children are more mature.

Daycare: A Child’s View by Wendy Dreskin, former daycare provider
Category = Behavior,  Caregiver

Who Will Rock the Cradle? ,
Edited by Phyllis Schlafly, ©1989, Page 132
Studies of the long-term effect of daycare on children matter, but we must not lose sight of the fact that children’s feelings now matter, too, even if there were no lasting effects. No one says to an adult, “Why complain about working for the next ten years at a job you hate. After all, it won’t have any permanent effect on you and you’ll be retiring at 65 anyway.”
Daycare: A Child’s View by Wendy Dreskin, former daycare provider
Category = Caregiver, Quality
Who Will Rock the Cradle? ,
Edited by Phyllis Schlafly, ©1989, Page 132-133
The trend to put daycare centers on-site at the workplace is unfortunate because it puts all employees at risk. This risk is particularly great for pregnant women, who may bear a deaf or mentally retarded child if they contract cytomegalovirus, and for older employees and those with chronic medical conditions.
Daycare: A Child’s View by Wendy Dreskin, former daycare provider
Category = Caregiver, Disease

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