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Idea of 'quality time' a Delusional Cop-Out by Kathleen Parker, The Orlando Sentinal, 14-May-97 Parents also delude themselves into thinking their day-care kids are doing fine simply because they "seem" to be.  Children don't necessarily give outward signs of distress at early ages.  The effects...show up later -- on the shrink's couch or the police log.
...We've spent millions of dollars researching the causes of divorce and the effects of day care on children only to discover the obvious.  Waiting for the experts to tell us what should have been instinctive is like calling the weather man to find out if it's raining.
Category = Behavior
Work outranks children, and everyone pays the price, by Lucia Hodgson, Lexington Herald-Leader,
26-May-97
..children in surrogate care are the victims of a society that values time spent working much more than time spent raising children.
Category = Economics, Politics
Do day-care kids get enough cooing?
by Kathleen Parker,

The Orlando Sentinel,
6-Aug-97
Meanwhile, as we debate the pros and cons of cooing, babies are missing out. A majority -- 60 percent -- of infants under age 3 are being cared for by someone other than their parents. It's probable that cooing isn't happening as much in day-care centers as in homes.
...Those silly elongated words with the hyperextended vowels (cooing) ... aren't just adult blubbering but teaching tools.
...Matthew Melmed, executive director of the Zero to Three Foundation, a Washington nonprofit child advocacy group, put the study's findings in context: "As this new scientific research comes out, we know there is a major gap between what babies need and what they're getting (in day care)," he said. "I don't mean to sound melodramatic, but we're putting the next generation at risk."
Category = Quality
The Reasons Why We Need to Rely less on Day Care,
by Dr. Stanley I. Greenspan,
The Washington Post
, 19-Oct-97
..in the rush to improve and increase child care, we are ignoring a more fundamental reality:  Much of the child care available for infants and toddlers in this country simply isn't good for them...
Category = Quality
The Reasons Why We Need to Rely less on Day Care,
by Dr. Stanley I. Greenspan,
The Washington Post
, 19-Oct-97
Even in good day care centers, we've seen many an eager, expectant 8-month-old baby give up and stare at the wall as his caregiver stops by his crib briefly but then hurries away to attend to a crying rival
Category = Behavior, Quality

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