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Emptying the Nest: 
The Clinton Child Care Agenda by Charmaine Crouse Yoest, Family Research Council, frc.org, 1998, pg. 2
Wirthlin Worldwide conducted a nationwide poll during December 1997.
...the poll asked respondents to rate the desirability of various child care options. 
Across the board, regardless of race, age, partisanship or income level, Americans rated care by a child's own mother as the single most desirable kind of care for children.
...
commercial and government daycare centers were rated the least desirable.
Category = Politics, Quality
Emptying the Nest: 
The Clinton Child Care Agenda by Charmaine Crouse Yoest, Family Research Council, frc.org, 1998,
  pg. 3
Contrary to the media driven perception that most children today are in some sort of day care, the majority of American children are actually cared for by their own parents.
...Commercial day care centers are chosen for only...11.2 percent of all preschoolers in the nation.
Category = Politics
Emptying the Nest: 
The Clinton Child Care Agenda by Charmaine Crouse Yoest, Family Research Council, frc.org, 1998,
pg. 4
Of preschoolers whose mothers are employed and below the poverty level,
...Only 17.3 percent of these preschoolers are utilizing commercial day care.
...The majority of low-income families do not purchase child care.
Category = Politics
Emptying the Nest: 
The Clinton Child Care Agenda by Charmaine Crouse Yoest, Family Research Council, frc.org, 1998,
pg. 5
(Dr. Stanley) Greenspan, who has won the American Psychiatric Association's highest award for child psychiatry research concludes...even though many day care providers are well-intentioned, most caregivers in day care centers aren't able to form long-term or in-depth relationships with the children in their care.  As Greenspan points out, this is a result of high staff turnover, the multiple children in their care, and the fact that children change "classes" and "teachers" each year in day care centers.

 

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