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First Voice Books Transcript
The book is Day Care Deception, What the Child Care Establishment Isn't Telling Us,  and the author is Brian C. Robertson
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Interview by Donna Ricks
October 2003
Brian (Robertson):  Congress has held hearings in recent years about how the money slotted for child care, which has increased greatly in the wake of welfare reform, is being spent. Some of the stories were so unbelievable that the Congressman on the committees investigating found it difficult to believe. Millions of dollars that were not traceable, people taking money for day care centers that didn't exist.
...yet you still have demand for more subsidies and more money to be invested in the day care system and yet we can't track the money being spent.
Category = Politics
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October 2003
Brian (Robertson):  It's unquestionable at this point according to the social science data preschool children suffer both short and long term effects from too much time away from parents particularly in commercial, group (day care) settings.
Category = Quality
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October 2003
Brian (Robertson):  ...thirty years ago, the child care center was so unusual, the commercial form of child care for preschoolers, there was no regulation of commercial child care on the part of the state because there were so few child care centers.
Category = Politics
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October 2003
Donna (Ricks):
Nobody wants to offend..., so they simply don't talk about problems in day care or what day care environment is preferable.
Brian (Robertson):
It's really, I think, a conspiracy of silence because the information, the social science, has been there for quite a while and it becomes more and more conclusive as more studies are done. As you indicate there's an ideological bias against telling the truth on this issue of the effects of too much commercial day care on young children.
...I think that's what you see going on the way the media and even the social science community itself tends to downplay the very clear evidence that shows detrimental effects from day care.
Category = Politics

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