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My warning to parents is simple: one in five children put into nursery early will develop mental health problems The Daily Telegraph,  13-Mar-06 He argues that placing children younger than three in nurseries risks damaging their mental health, leaving them aggressive, depressed, antisocial and unable to develop close relationships in later life.
Category = Behavior, Development
My warning to parents is simple: one in five children put into nursery early will develop mental health problems The Daily Telegraph,  13-Mar-06 The Tasmania (Australia)-based therapist...directs his gentle wrath at the...British parents who "slam" their children into full-time nursery care, from 8am to 6pm, from the age of six months.
"... But the 'slammers', as I call them, tend to be affluent, urban professional couples -so they do have a choice. It is the cultural norm for everyone in their circle to use day care."
Category = Politics
My warning to parents is simple: one in five children put into nursery early will develop mental health problems The Daily Telegraph,  13-Mar-06 Biddulph concedes that what he is saying can seem obvious, however: "Only, now, there is hard science to back up the common sense. One in five children put into nursery (childcare) too early develops mental health problems. If you treble (triple) the hours of care, you treble the damage.
Category =  Development
My warning to parents is simple: one in five children put into nursery early will develop mental health problems The Daily Telegraph,  13-Mar-06  "The Blair Government is all about control-freakery," Biddulph says. "They want women working and babies in crches. They even have a 'toddler curriculum' in which 'development boxes' are ticked*. Who speaks for human values in all this?"
*Ticked = checked - to put a checkmark on a square on a form
Category = Development, Politics
My warning to parents is simple: one in five children put into nursery early will develop mental health problems The Daily Telegraph,  13-Mar-06 Biddulph paints a grim picture of British nurseries: "Babies lying in rows of cots, then milling about in garish rooms through their toddler years, aching for one special adult to love them." What no one likes to talk about, he says, is that, in nursery care, children are often looked after in bulk - on a 1:3 or 1:8 ratio, compared with 1:1 at home. "It's like fast food, we can enjoy the convenience of drive-through." The nursery staff, he adds, are often underpaid teenagers with minimal qualifications, with a turnover rate of 40 per cent a year. "The worst nurseries (daycares) are negligent, frightening and bleak - a nightmare of bewildered loneliness."
Category = Quality
3 NEWS: Is daycare bad for children aged under three?
Auckland, New Zealand Channel 3 news,
18-Mar-06
New Zealand child expert Steve Gore:
"If we have this policy of pushing as many kids as we can into child care,...we're going to start breaking down as a society."
Category =  Politics
Day care bad for the brain? by Lydia Lovric, The Winnepeg Sun, 10-Apr-06 Day-care workers and Liberal politicians need to stop pushing for a national child-care scheme.
If Prime Minister Harper does one thing during his entire time in Ottawa, let's hope he squashes national day care.  It isn't good for kids and it isn't good for Canada. The only people who are truly served by such a plan are day-care workers and politicians because it encourages more parents to work outside the home, thus giving government more money in income tax revenue.
Category = Economics, Politics, Quality

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