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Child Care Report calls for significant changes by Alan Barron, mioms.com, 2000 In our view, the majority of research shows that overall, children raised by their own mothers at home fair better in the long run, both in terms of academic performance and emotional development, in particular the ability to form lasting relationships with members of the opposite sex.
Category = Behavior, Quality
Child Care Report calls for significant changes by Alan Barron, mioms.com, 2000 The report sees little or no long term negative impact on children as the result of protracted use of formal day care. This is far from the truth. Children who spend considerable amounts of time in formal day care, by the end of High school, tend to perform worse than children raised by their parents. On top of this these children also find it more difficult to establish lasting relationships with members of the opposite sex.
Category = Behavior, Quality
Child Care Report calls for significant changes by Alan Barron, mioms.com, 2000 That is, instead of spending billions on child care, why not pay mothers a "Child care allowance" directly, and thus give them the choice whether they wish to care for their own children at home or use formal care?
...I would also ask, 'Why should single income families subsidise two income families - via taxation - to use formal Childcare? The whole exercise is unjust and a grandiose attempt at social engineering on a massive scale.
Category = Politics
Child Care Report calls for significant changes by Alan Barron, mioms.com, 2000 "Declaration of the Rights of the Child". Principle 6 of this (United Nations) Declaration stated, - "....a child of tender years shall not, save in exceptional circumstances, be separated from his mother".
...Is the placing of a young child or baby in prolonged childcare, a form of child abuse?
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