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The childcare conspiracy
by Bettina Arndt, Herald Sun, Melbourne, Australia, 16-Sep-05
Anne Manne spent the next 10 years producing a book that lifts the lid on one of our society's nasty secrets.
(in) her new book, Motherhood: How should we care for our children?,...she exposes the efforts of Australia's child development experts to deliberately play down the solid body of evidence showing young children, and particularly infants, may be damaged by long hours in group care.
Category =  Danger, Development, Politics
 
The childcare conspiracy
by Bettina Arndt, Herald Sun, Melbourne, Australia, 16-Sep-05
Conclusive results from huge international studies recently led the British Government to make a dramatic about-face and shift from promoting childcare for infants and toddlers to paid parental leave.
...Similarly, the Scandinavian countries have given up trying to provide quality infant childcare and are now promoting parental leave.
Category = Politics
The childcare conspiracy
by Bettina Arndt, Herald Sun, Melbourne, Australia, 16-Sep-05
Anne Manne and I watched as (most of Australia's child development experts) ducked and weaved, determined to dismiss unpalatable facts about childcare.
Category = Politics
The childcare conspiracy
by Bettina Arndt, Herald Sun, Melbourne, Australia, 16-Sep-05
Newcastle University pediatrics professor Graham Vimpani (says) "There's a huge level of denial based on fear," suggesting that having long promoted childcare, many of his colleagues are now nervous and guilty about the prospect that group care for children under two years old carries real risks.
Category =  Danger, Politics
 
Official: babies do best with mother by Yvonne Roberts, The Observer,  2-Oct-05
 
One of the longest and most detailed studies of UK childcare has concluded that young children who are looked after by their mothers do significantly better in developmental tests than those cared for in nurseries (daycares), by childminders or relatives.
The study on children from birth to three will reignite the controversy over the best way to bring up young children. It found babies and toddlers fared worst when they were given group nursery care.
According to Penelope Leach, a leading British childcare expert and one of the study's authors, the social and emotional development of children cared for by someone other than their mother 'is definitely less good'.
Such children tend to show higher levels of aggression or are inclined to become more withdrawn, compliant and sad.
Category =  Behavior, Development, Quality
Official: babies do best with mother by Yvonne Roberts, The Observer,  2-Oct-05
 
'For example, a ratio of one member of staff to three toddlers may mean...one employee on a break and another preparing lunch.  This leaves one adult trying to cope with a large group of toddlers.  And we are not talking about one bad nursery but a pattern across the country.'
Category = Quality
Daycare kids suffering, study finds by Robyn Riley and Kane Young, The Mercury (Sunday Tasmanian), 9-Oct-05 The study, by British childcare guru Penelope Leach, warns that children under three in day care are more likely to be stressed, sad and socially and emotionally disadvantaged. 
Dr. Leach's seven-year study in Britain tested 1200 babies' ability to complete a series of tasks and the level of eye contact they maintained with adults.
Category = Development
Mothers Provide Best Care says New Study,
Contact:  Denise Kanter
Morningstar Educational Network
10-Oct-05
A new study by leading British childcare expert, Penelope Leach concludes that the social and emotional development of children cared for by someone other than their mother "is definitely less good."
The study found that babies and toddlers fared worst when they were given group nursery care.
Category = Development, Quality

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