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Day Care Moms Don't Care
Many moms too willing to sacrifice their children for their careers.
by Rachel Brenc, The Cornell-American February 3rd, 2007
 
Plenty of studies have shown that day care can have many negative effects on children, including increased aggression and stress. My time at the day care proved to me the truth of such statements. With four younger siblings of my own and countless babysitting jobs, it was shocking to me when I first observed the errant behavior of many of the kids at the day care...

Children would often cry for their mothers or fathers throughout the day, or constantly ask, Whens my mommy coming to get me? Besides the desire to be reunited with parents, many kids would act out and misbehave regularly. The worst cases of misbehavior included children biting, punching, and kicking other children, as well as throwing screaming fits on a daily basis and having absolutely no respect for the staff or any kind of authority figure. One three year old with severe anger management issues would bite himself until he bled if he was angry for any reason.
Category = Behavior, Caregiver, Quality
Poor Behavior Is Linked to Time in Day Care
by Benedict Carey, The New York Times, 26-Mar-07
A much-anticipated report from the largest and longest-running study of American child care has found that keeping a preschooler in a day-care center for a year or more increased the likelihood that the child would become disruptive in class--and that the effect persisted through 6th grade.

...the finding held up regardless of the child's sex or family income, and regardless of the quality of the day-care center. With (many) preschoolers attending day care, the increased disruptiveness very likely contributes to the load on teachers who must manage large classrooms, the authors argue.

The research, ... part of the federally financed Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development... (was) financed by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NIH)...

Category = Behavior, Quality
Children who go to nursery full-time 'become antisocial'
by Alexandra Frean, The Times, 5-Apr-07
Children in full-time nursery care are more likely to display antisocial tendencies and anxiety than those who stay at home or attend part-time, a government study has found.

(The research, from the University of Oxford and the Institute for Fiscal Studies) found that toddlers spending more than seven hours a day in daycare were more prone to be bossy, tease other children, stamp their feet, obstruct other playmates and get anxious when toys or refreshments were being handed round.
Category = Behavior
Children who go to nursery full-time 'become antisocial'
by Alexandra Frean, The Times, 5-Apr-07
Cecily Hanlon, a nursery level teacher from Leeds, (asked) "...Are parents being led to believe that the best thing for their children is to be in peer groups looked after by other people?
Category = Caregiver, Politics
Children who go to nursery full-time 'become antisocial'
by Alexandra Frean, The Times, 5-Apr-07
There has been a long line of reports suggesting that children who spend a long time in daycare are more likely to show behavioural problems.
...Children who were in care for 30 hours a week or more were more likely to exhibit the following behaviour:
Antisocial
- Tease other children and call them names
- Prevent other children carrying out routines
- Be bossy and need their own way
Worried or upset
- Frown, shrug shoulders, pout, stamp their feet when given an idea
- Be worried about not getting enough attention
- Be anxious about not getting enough access to toys or food and drink
Category = Behavior
Make informed choices on day care
Becky Tumidolsky, The Cincinnati Enquirer,
8-Apr-07
Unfortunately, many parents lack the information they need to make educated decisions. Day care owners and operators are in the business of selling day care. Media reports emphasize the positive and downplay the negative. Pediatricians stay silent.
Category = Economics, Politics
Make informed choices on day care
Becky Tumidolsky, The Cincinnati Enquirer,
8-Apr-07
Most child psychologists and early development experts agree:
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Repeated exposure to illness - a fact of life for day care children - does not bolster infants' and toddlers' immune systems.
"Caregiver roulette" is highly traumatic for babies and young children and can have a profoundly negative, long-term effect on their ability to relate to others.
The more hours spent in day care before the age of three, the more likely children are to exhibit antisocial behaviors and anxious attachment.
Category = Behavior, Disease, Politics, Quality
Make informed choices on day care
Becky Tumidolsky, The Cincinnati Enquirer,
8-Apr-07
Even the most dedicated child care workers struggle to provide responsive care in a group setting. Consider their daily routine: multiple feedings and diaper changes for four, five, six or more children; disruptive bouts of crying and conflict; and few if any opportunities to provide the one-on-one nurturing children so desperately need.
Category = Quality

 

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