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Who's Minding Day Care? by Ruth Schubert and Heath Foster, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 24-Jun-02 A record of violence or child abuse and neglect bars a person from working at a licensed center. So does a list of other felonies, including drug and sex offenses, if the convictions aren't more than five years old. 
...day cares can start new employees before the (background) check comes back. Only those who need FBI checks must be supervised before being cleared.
That means licensors don't know if a child predator is going from day care to day care in search of a job -- and vulnerable victims.
...Delays in processing background checks have allowed people who should have been rejected to slip in the door at...day cares.
Category = Danger
Day care a huge expense for parents  by Ruth Schubert The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 24-Jun-02 ...A national study in 1995 found that (nearly half of daycare centers offer) "poor" care.
The economics of the industry is largely to blame. For-profit day cares typically earn a pre-tax profit of 4 percent to 5 percent, according to Market Data Enterprises, a Florida research firm.
Roughly two-thirds of a for-profit center's costs are labor, and providers can't save money by cutting staff because of required minimum teacher-child ratios.
Category = Economics
DSS (Dept. of Social Services) chose daycare for infant, over a foster family, by Andrew Schultz, The Tribune Papers - Asheville Tribune
18-Jul-02
Developmental Child Psychologist Penelope Leach, widely considered the worlds leading authority on child development, says she understands that many mothers arent able to look after their babies. However, I do not believe that it is helpful to conceal from them the fact that group care is a bad alternative. They are entitled to the facts as we understand them. Leach says shes also sympathetic with women who choose to work, yet states, they too are entitled to a true picture of the conflict between what they want and what their children need.
Category = Quality

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