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Why Encouraging Daycare Is Unwise "Bird's Eye" By Karl Zinsmeister posted around May/June 1998
The American Enterprise Online, www.taemag.com/issues
 
By transforming day care from a necessary stopgap for the unlucky few into a normal and accepted part of average lives, we are thoughtlessly taking a step of great consequence. One liberal professional who has devoted her entire working life to overseeing municipal day care programs warns that the shuffling of millions of middle-class children into day care is creating a new kind of underprivileged child in America. We are, she says, "duplicating the sort of developmental deprivation that used to be suffered only by the poorest and most disadvantaged."
Category = Development
Why Encouraging Daycare Is Unwise "Bird's Eye" By Karl Zinsmeister posted around May/June 1998
The American Enterprise Online, www.taemag.com/issues
 
Another much-needed reform...[to slow down the day care steam roller]...would be to stop favoring parents who hire (daycares) [by letting them claim tax credits for their day care expenses] while offering no similar credit to parents who provide their own care. One way to do this would be to eliminate the child care tax credit entirely. Another way would be to extend the same financial support to at-home parents.
Category = Politics
Day Care: Parents versus Professional Advocates
by Darcy Olsen, policy analyst at the Cato Institute, www.cato.org, 1-Jun-98
When a recent Newsweek poll asked parents where they turn for advice and guidance about how to raise their children, they reported seeking guidance from grandparents, relatives, friends and religious leaders. Coming up last? You guessed it -- advice from child care workers. And day care centers, which offer the care that professionals lobby the government to pay for, are the last place in which most parents would like to place their children.
Category = Politics

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