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Home Truths* Absent in Early childcare Debate: 
We Need Parent-Friendly Policy Options by Peter Cook, The Australian, 24-Mar-99
*Home Truths = A key or basic truth that is uncomfortable to acknowledge
More subsidized, universally available, affordable, high quality, professional childcare is often advocated as a way of advancing the interests of women.

Yet early long day care is not in the best interests of very young children and their families. Evidence increasingly suggests that this childcare agenda is misconceived, because it:

  • Is unrealistic, as it is often unaffordable and unachievable.
  • Overlooks accumulating evidence of risks of undesirable outcomes.
  • Is contrary to much expert opinion about what is likely to be best for very young children...
  • (Argues) that mothers can be largely replaced by trained carers (daycare workers)
  • Makes adequate breastfeeding difficult or impossible.

A rethink is needed.
Category = Politics, Quality

Home Truths Absent in Early childcare Debate
by Peter Cook, The Australian,
Economic policies have been unfavorable to...home-caring parents...compared with two-income families using subsidized childcare.
Category = Politics
Popular Letter Makes it to Washington by Jessica Wehrman, The San Angelo Standard-Times, 17-Jun-99 " couldn't have been because we place our children in day-care centers where they learn their socialization skills among their peers under the law of the jungle while employees who have no vested interest in the children look on and make sure that no blood is spilled..."
(This was taken from San Angelo resident Addison Dawson's letter to this newspaper was published on the 27th of April 1999 in the aftermath of the Columbine High School shooting.  It has been read by radio personality Paul Harvey, and was read by House of Representatives Majority Whip Tom Delay during a congressional debate on gun control -- Editor).
Category = Behavior
Wrong about day care,
by Frank Marnell,
Lexington Herald-Leader, 31-Jul-99
When a woman who prefers staying home with her children is taxed to provide day care…(it's unfair).
Category = Politics
Teens really want parents more involved in their lives, by Cal Thomas,
Lexington Herald-Leader,

…spending less time at the office and pulling back from our pursuit of material wealth are offensive to our definition of happiness and success.   Warehoused in day care early on and later paid little attention to…teenagers seek ways to express their anger at feeling rejected and unloved.
Category = Behavior

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