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Daycare Dilemma
by Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D and Anne Stover, Beverly LaHaye Institute
Concerned Women for America
cwfa.org, 25-Jul-02
Irrefutable evidence continues to mount that working mothers put their children at risk when they depend too much on childcare.  In three years of tracking the data and analyzing the most respected and comprehensive studies, the Beverly LaHaye Institute has reported that: (1) More than 30 hours of childcare a week can result in a child becoming aggressive, defiant and disobedient, (2) The quality of childcare does not appear to improve outcomes and the results hold true whether the children are rich or poor, male or female, or whether they are in institutionalized day care or are looked after by a relative or a nanny. (3) Now, a new report -- called the most comprehensive and reliable study to date -- indicates that the children of mothers who go back to work full time while their children are infants have poorer mental and verbal development.
Category = Behavior, Development, Quality
Daycare Dilemma
by Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D and Anne Stover, Beverly LaHaye Institute
Concerned Women for America, cwfa.org, 25-Jul-02
This distressing news (about delayed development for children in daycares) comes at a time when most childcare centers are redefining themselves as learning centers.  The new labeling caters to the parental desire to give a child every advantage to reach his or her potential.
Category = Politics
Daycare Dilemma
by Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D and Anne Stover, Beverly LaHaye Institute
Concerned Women for America, cwfa.org, 25-Jul-02
Specifically, the new study found that working mothers are hindering their child's ability to learn by placing them in alternative care-giving situations.
"...those children, on average, did not do well on school-readiness tests when they were 3 years old", said Jeanne Brooks-Gunn of Columbia's Teachers College and the lead author of the study.
Category =  Development,
Daycare Dilemma
by Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D and Anne Stover, Beverly LaHaye Institute
Concerned Women for America, cwfa.org, 25-Jul-02
Instead of spending time with their mothers, these children are left in childcare centers that do not give them the adequate undivided attention that they need.  The study reports that most childcare center classrooms do not meet all four recommended guidelines -- for child-to-staff ratios, group sizes, teacher training, and teacher education.  The bottom line is simple:  The best environment to foster a child's intellectual development is one in which his or her mother is actively involved on a day-to-day basis; the best environment is the home.
Category = Quality

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