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Loathing Daycare
by Karen de Coster
LewRockwell.com,
2001  
8-Aug-01
In the daycare environment into which parents thrust their children, there is no space and there is no opportunity for personal growth.  There is only a low-paid babysitter who sticks you in the midst of the growth pattern of a dozen other kids.  It's almost like raising kids has become akin to raising rabbits or hamsters.
Category = Quality
Loathing Daycare
by Karen de Coster
LewRockwell.com,
2001  
8-Aug-01
At the daycare center, parents entrust their children to strangers; strangers that have provided them with a babysitting rate that was probably cheaper than the other daycare centers they visited upon.  At these centers, young people who are paid low wages and who are, typically, poorly trained, usually provide the childcare.  The childcare may be lax, it may be inattentive, or it may simply be abusive, but it may be difficult for parents to gauge the overall quality of the services.
Category = Quality
Loathing Daycare
by Karen de Coster
LewRockwell.com

2001    8-Aug-01
In a typical daycare unit, there a numerous children with few supervisors.  Whatever the laws for supervision may be, it is not sufficient to replace real parenting.
Category = Quality
Loathing Daycare
by Karen de Coster
LewRockwell.com

2001    8-Aug-01
There is no peace, for a daycare kid is trapped in a ritual of group games, group projects, and group trips.  The activities are planned, as are lunchtime and naptime.  Solo time, however, is not planned because it does not exist.  A child is forced into this groupthink* whether he likes it or not.  He has no access to his own "things", his own comforts that he chooses, or his own hobbies.  He's there to be babysat and to go along with the rest of the group on its little projects, no matter how uninteresting he may find them.  And he is expected to do that for eight, ten, twelve hours a day, every day.
*Groupthink is a concept that was identified by Irving Janis that refers to faulty decision-making in a group. Groups experiencing groupthink do not consider all alternatives and they desire unanimity at the expense of quality decisions.
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