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The Problem with Daycare
by Karl Zinsmeister,
The American Enterprise

May/June 1998, page 25
Day care advocates often claim that the kinds of problems I've been discussing in this chapter can be eliminated via more licensing and regulation.  The trouble is, there are already lots of fully regulated--and fully disappointing--day care homes and centers out there.  That's because most of the things that really matter to young children, if we're honest about it, simply can't be covered by regulations.
Category = Regulations, Quality
The Problem with Daycare by Karl Zinsmeister, The American Enterprise
May/June 1998, page 27
The common claim that Europe is carpeted with day care institutions that are consistently wonderful and highly popular is simply not true. Europeans strongly prefer parental and family care to the alternatives. Most still provide such care to their own children. And the institutional care funded by the European governments tends to be mediocre and impersonal just like institutional care everywhere else.
Category = Quality
The Problem with Daycare by Karl Zinsmeister, The American Enterprise
May/June 1998 page 27
There is no easy way, public or private, to buy for individual children the kind of loving concern that has never been for sale.
Category = Economics, Quality
What do Parents Want?
by Charmaine Yoest, The American Enterprise: Discovering Motherhood,  May/June 1998
If helping poor families is the goal,...day care subsidies are a very poor instrument.
...Since most low-income families don't purchase child care,...federal subsidies...offer them nothing.  Benefits targeted to day care...not only discriminate against low- and middle-income American families who are struggling to keep one parent at home, but also reach only the tiniest fraction of families with children in poverty.
Category = Politics
What do Parents Want?
by Charmaine Yoest, The American Enterprise: Discovering Motherhood,  May/June 1998
Federal intervention in child care should be guided by what parents want and what children need.  At the very least, the government should be neutral and avoid social engineering that skews the child care market toward the commercial, institutional, and bureaucratized solutions that most parents avoid.
Category = Politics

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