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Before You Place Your Child In Day Care...
by Jeffery Kingery
www.bible.ca/f-daycare-thoughts.htm
posted 16-Feb-01
 
Pre-school day cares should be considered only in desperate circumstances.
The percentage of (daycare is) hardly "high-quality", as most caregivers & parents realize. Some of it is no more than "child warehousing": children parked in front of a TV or left lying in a crib.
A research project by Dr. R. Moskins in 1985 investigated primary school age children who had been reared in an extremely high-quality day care center at the University of North Carolina. They were found, "...as more likely to use aggressive acts of hitting, kicking, & pushing than children in the control group...more likely to swear, threaten, & argue...teachers were more likely to rate these children as being seriously deficit in social behavior...less apt to use strategies of walking away, discussion, or compromise to avoid or extract themselves from ...aggression."
Category = Behavior, Quality
Day Care is Harmful to Children by Gregory Flanagan, www.libertocracy.com, 2001 "If (people) really cared about mothers and children, they would make sure that every woman knows how harmful daycare can be, and they'd support policies that would cut taxes for families to allow them to make it on one income and provide mothers the opportunity to stay home and care for their children -- which is what the vast majority of mothers want to do in the first place.  (They) should be proclaiming to the world the superiority of mother-care over daycare...  The evidence that children are far better off in the care of their mothers than in day care is overwhelming."
Category = Politics, Quality
Day Care is Harmful to Children by Gregory Flanagan, www.libertocracy.com, 2001 Who will care for the children?  We are at "an evolutionary crossroads," says Dr. Stanley Greenspan, a clinical professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at George Washington University Medical School.
"...Most caregivers in day care centers aren't able to form long-term or in-depth relationships with the children in their care."  As Dr. 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.
Category = Quality
Day Care is Harmful to Children by Gregory Flanagan, www.libertocracy.com, 2001 In 2001, Researchers (at the National Institute on Child Health and Human Development) found that children who spend most of their time in non-parental child care are three times more likely to exhibit behavioral problems as those who are cared for by their mothers...the study found a direct correlation between time spent in child care and traits like aggression, defiance and disobedience...[and that] the findings held true regardless of the type or quality of care, the sex of the child, the family's socioeconomic status or whether mothers themselves provided sensitive care.
Category = Behavior

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