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Quotes from News articles about daycare: 1980, p1

 

News Articles:  1980 pages: 1

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Best bet for baby: day care or parent?
by Megan Rosenfeld, Chicago Sun-times,
9
-Nov-86
Children who spend early years in day care, it has been found, are growing up different: more hyperactive, less responsive to adults, less curious, less altruistic toward other children, less likely to make strong one-on-one relationships.
Category = Behavior
Best bet for baby: day care or parent?
by Megan Rosenfeld, Chicago Sun-times,
9
-Nov-86
The suggestion that day care is not good for babies is explosive and controversial, and, as a result, no one really wants to talk about it.
Category = Politics
The Politics of Day-Care
by Douglas J. Besharov, The Washington Post, 21-Aug-88
EVERY DAY seems to bring (the presidential) candidates to another child-care center -- to read a book to the kids, to sing a song with them and soon, perhaps, to change a diaper.  With the polls telling politicians that child care could be a potent election issue, preschool photo opportunities are viewed as good politics.
...(but) Most mothers of small children do not need -- or want -- full-time licensed day care.

Category = Politics
Proxy parenting: Is day care ruining our kids?
by Karl Zinsmeister, Chicago Sun-times,
30
-Sep-88
Yet for all its new urgency, the national day-care debate often ignores a central question: What effect does it have on our children?
Category = Politics
Proxy parenting: Is day care ruining our kids?
by Karl Zinsmeister, Chicago Sun-times,
30
-Sep-88
A growing and worrisome body of evidence suggests that when infants and toddlers go into full-time day care, long-term emotional, intellectual and cultural damage can result.
Category = Behavior, Development
Proxy parenting: Is day care ruining our kids?
by Karl Zinsmeister, Chicago Sun-times,
30
-Sep-88
...a number of different investigators have found that when babies less than 1 year old are placed in day care, many of them - perhaps as many as half - develop weak and insecure bonds with their parents, bonds that are thought to be crucial to healthy later development. Moreover, this effect is apparent in all social strata: in both poor and middle-class children in good or bad programs and even among youngsters with extremely expensive at-home caretakers.
Category = Behavior, Quality
Proxy parenting: Is day care ruining our kids?
by Karl Zinsmeister, Chicago Sun-times,
30
-Sep-88
The deepest truth about paid child-rearing is that it is rarely more than a weak stand-in for parental care.
...A child and a parent are bound eternally, by blood and destiny. A day-care worker is doing a job.
Category = Quality
Child-Care Credit is Test of Bush's "Kindness"
by Douglas J. Besharov and Paul N. Tramontozzi,
The Los Angeles Times,
11-Nov-88
...upper income mothers are more likely to use day-care centers, which are more expensive than family-based care...
Category = Politics

 

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