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Infant in day care often sick
by Shelly Phillips,
Lexington Herald-Leader, 5-Mar-92
Children in day care get sick far more often than children at home
Category = Disease
Stay-at-home parents rear secure children
by John Rosemond,
Lexington Herald-Leader, 6-Dec-92
A parent who chooses to stay at home during a child's first three years is more responsive to the child than will be the most well-intentioned day-care worker.
Category = Quality
Finances permitting, parent should stay home
by John Rosemond,
Lexington Herald-Leader, 20-Dec-92
I cannot…endorse putting a child of tender years in full-time…day care.
Category = Quality
Real question in attorney general flap is this:  Who's minding the children?
by Joan Beck,
Lexington Herald-Leader, 13-Feb-93
(Studies rating most daycares' quality of care as poor are) probably an overestimate of the general level of care available, Jay Belsky, a Pennsylvania State University authority on day care, said at a recent seminar of journalists. Centers that refused to let the researchers in weren't included, he pointed out, nor were the "underground" family day-care homes and baby-sitter arrangements that provide far more of the total care young children get.
Category = Quality
Real question in attorney general flap is this:  Who's minding the children?
by Joan Beck,
Lexington Herald-Leader, 13-Feb-93
(Belsky) said low pay is a chief reason for high turnover, noting that it is generally less than what parking-lot attendants make.
Does that mean Americans put more value on who watches their cars than who cares for their kids?
Category = Quality
Real question in attorney general flap is this:  Who's minding the children?
by Joan Beck,
Lexington Herald-Leader, 13-Feb-93
Journalists "need to be frank about the (poor) quality of care that exists in America and why the quality is so limited," Belsky said. "There has been far too much resistance to conveying this disheartening -- and shameful -- knowledge, in part, I believe, because no one wants to make parents feel guilty."
Category = Politics, Quality
Glowing day-care studies not balanced
by John Rosemond,
Lexington Herald-Leader, 4-Jul-93
This matter of parent care versus day care is a matter of common sense, but common sense competes with political correctness these days.
Category = Politics
Day-care children make parents ill, Lexington Herald-Leader, 20-Oct-93   ...outbreaks that spread through day care centers also made parents sick -- in some cases, more seriously than the children.
Category = Disease

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