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A Mother's place is in the home by Lydia Lovric, The Hamilton Spectator, 30-Mar-02 Dorothy, the sweet Kansas farm-girl (Wizard of Oz, Frank Baum) with the ruby red shoes, said it best: "There's no place like home."
Years later, studies on day care for children seem to confirm what Dorothy knew so long ago.
Daycare is simply no substitute for quality maternal or paternal care.
Category = Quality
A Mother's place is in the home by Lydia Lovric, The Hamilton Spectator, 30-Mar-02 Child-care tax credits are only available to those families that use day care or nannies," explains (Andrea) Riley (an Etobicoke mother of two). "Parents who opt to stay home to raise their children as a form of child care should also be entitled."
Stay-at-home moms are also penalized when it comes to the Canada Pension Plan and RRSP* contributions.

*RRSP = Registered Retirement Savings Plan
Category = Economics, Politics
A Mother's place is in the home by Lydia Lovric, The Hamilton Spectator, 30-Mar-02

 

Hermina Dykxhoorn, president of the Alberta Federation of Women United for Families, believes the government has to "change the tax system so one parent can stay home."
She isn't surprised by studies that indicate children are better off at home, rather than in institutionalized day-care centres. Dykxhoorn hopes such studies will "put to rest the clamour for universal public day care -- funding something bad for kids."
Category = Politics, Quality
Who's Minding Day Care? by Ruth Schubert and Heath Foster, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 24-Jun-02 Because of (high demand, states are) reluctant to close down a problem day care.
...(States require) providers to inform parents of only the most serious actions, such as placing a facility on a probationary license -- and day cares haven't always met even that requirement. Day cares investigated for abuse, neglect or serious licensing violations are under no legal obligation to inform parents, even if the allegations are found to be true.
Category = Regulations
Who's Minding Day Care? by Ruth Schubert and Heath Foster, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 24-Jun-02 A (well-)founded abuse or neglect incident is grounds for immediately shutting down a center. In such cases, however, the state sometimes grants waivers that allow violators to continue operating under probationary licenses.
Category = Regulations
Who's Minding Day Care? by Ruth Schubert and Heath Foster, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 24-Jun-02 A (well-)founded abuse or neglect incident is grounds for immediately shutting down a center. In such cases, however, the state sometimes grants waivers that allow violators to continue operating under probationary licenses.
Category = Regulations
Who's Minding Day Care? by Ruth Schubert and Heath Foster, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 24-Jun-02 Inspection backlogs, insufficient staffing and the risk of legal battles are some of the key reasons for sluggish enforcement nationwide, said Suzanne Helburn, a retired economics professor at the University of Colorado-Denver...
Category = Regulations
Who's Minding Day Care? by Ruth Schubert and Heath Foster, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 24-Jun-02 Child-care experts say penalties short of revocation are crucial because...states don't want to put day cares out of business...
In addition to waivers for abuse and neglect incidents, probationary licenses are granted to child-care centers with chronic problems that aren't corrected after months or even years of warnings.
...Licensing officials say they use fines sparingly in part because they don't want to slam day cares that are struggling financially. 
Category = Regulations
 

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