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Lies Parents tells themselves about why they work,
U.S. News and World Report,
12-May-97, page 61
Lie #2 "Day care is perfectly good" 
Parents who have made this choice (daycare) want to believe it is the right one.   Not surprisingly...parents consistently expressed high levels of satisfaction with their child care.
By contrast, the most recent comprehensive study (indicates they are not).
What explains the disconnect between parent perceptions of day-care quality and the reality?
(Developmental Psychologist and Researcher) Carolee Howes sees two reasons.
First, the typical parent cannot carefully assess day care. Some can't leave work during the day to drop in unannounced and observe...
The other reason parents overlook problems in their day care setup...is that "psychologically, they can't bear to tell you it's not good." This state of denial may become all the stiffer as a defense....
Category = Quality
Daycare Dangers,
U.S. News and World Report,
4-Aug-97, page 34
Says Donna Overcash, director of Save the Children Child Care Support Center, an Atlanta-based advocacy group: "Zookeepers make more, and fast-food restaurants are better regulated."
Category = Quality, Regulations
Daycare Dangers,
U.S. News and World Report
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4-Aug-97,  page 34-35
In most states, the course of study for a driver's license is longer than for certification as a day-care worker. It takes about 1,500 hours of training at an accredited school to qualify as a licensed haircutter, masseur, or manicurist. Day-care providers, by contrast are usually required to attend a single session devoted to a mishmash of topics from CPR techniques to food menus.
Category = Regulations
Daycare Dangers,
U.S. News and World Report,
4-Aug-97,  page 35
Training (for day-care workers) usually requires only passive exposure to instructional materials, no tests are given.
Category = Regulations

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