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Children of the Universe  Good Parenting benefits the Community, as well as kids by Amitai Etzioni,
Utne Reader
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 May/June 1993, page 55
As a person who grew up in Israel, I am sometimes asked whether it is true that kibbutzim (Ideal day-care) succeeded in bringing up toddlers in child-care centers. I need to note first that, unlike the personnel in American child-care centers, the people who care for children on a kibbutz are some of the most dedicated members of the work force, because these communities consider child care to be a very high priority. As a result, child-care positions are highly sought after and there is little turnover, which allows for essential bonding to take place. In addition, both parents are intimately involved in bringing up their children, and they frequently visit the child-care centers, which are located very close to where they live and work.  Even so, Israeli kibbutzim are rapidly dismantling their collective child-care centers and returning children to live with their families -- because both the families and the community established that even a limited disassociation of children from their parents at a tender age is unacceptable.
Category = Quality
Children of the Universe, Utne Reader,
May/June 1993, page 60
A typical finding is that infants who were subject to 20 hours a week of non-parental care (daycare) are insecure in their relationship with their parents at the end of the first year, and more likely to be aggressive between the ages of 3 and 8.
Category = Behavior, Quality
Day care: A grand and troubling social experiment by Dorothy Conniff, Utne Reader,
May/June 1993, page 66
With four or more babies to each worker, it's mostly crowd control at day-care centers.
-- Dorothy Conniff, daycare worker, administrator for 20 years
Category = Quality
Day care:  A grand and troubling social experiment, Utne Reader, May/June 1993 page 66 We have abundant research about the lasting negative effects of early deprivation...
Yet today we shuffle millions of middle-class children off to day care settings duplicating the sort of deprivation that used to be suffered only by the poorest and most disadvantaged.
Category = Quality
Day care:  A grand and troubling social experiment, Utne Reader, May/June 1993 page 67 We have no idea how destructive a situation we have created. (Day-care) is a social experiment on a grand scale with virtually no controls.
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