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Daycare Nightmares
by Laura Higgins,
The Riverfront Times,

9-Aug-00
Even for facilities that are licensed and inspected, breaking the rules usually means little more than a slap on the wrist.  Inspectors are likely to give violators a second chance, and, in some cases, a third, fourth, fifth, or sixth chance.
Category = Regulations
Daycare Nightmares
by Laura Higgins,
The Riverfront Times,

9-Aug-00
Margaret Franklin, who heads the Missouri Bureau of Child Care Safety and Licensure says inspectors repeatedly try to work with a facility to correct its problems.  "We try to be very fair and very consistent...(If there's a problem), do we close that center and put 60 families out without care?".
Category = Regulations
Daycare Nightmares
by Laura Higgins,

The Riverfront Times,

9-Aug-00
William Gromley, a professor of public policy at Georgetown University says, "The unfortunate truth is that even demonstratably bad daycare centers are unlikely to be shut down.  A child-care licensor has to convince her supervisor this is a very serious matter, has to convince an assistance attorney general this is a very serious matter, has to convince an administrative law judge or an actual judge that the center should have its license revoked.  It's a very protracted legal process in most states".
Category = Regulations
Daycare Nightmares
by Laura Higgins,
The Riverfront Times,

9-Aug-00
In the highly unlikely scenario that a facility has its license revoked, it can still care for four unrelated children in a home; nothing in the laws prohibits a previously disciplined child-care provider from doing so as long as it does not receive state or federal subsidies.
Category = Regulations
Daycare Nightmares
by Laura Higgins,

The Riverfront Times,

9-Aug-00
Though criminal-background checks are required of workers at licensed or subsidized child-care facilities, even a jury's conviction doesn't necessarily put someone out of the child-care business (according to Dewey Riehn, director of the out-of-home investigative unit of the Missouri Division of Family Services).
Category = Regulations
Daycare Nightmares
by Laura Higgins,
The Riverfront Times,

9-Aug-00
Corinne Patton, coordinator of the public-awareness campaign for the Missouri Child Care Resource and Referral Network, says "child-care inspectors...bend over backward to give people (daycare providers) a chance to correct a problem -- sometimes they bend too far -- but it is very hard to take someone's license away once it is granted".
Category = Regulations

 

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