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Who's watching our children?, by Safer Child, Inc., www.saferchild.org, 02-Jan-03 "Consider this:  In 1998, according to...the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, some 5,700 children nationwide were victims of abuse or neglect at the hands of their daycare providers... -- bad as that number is, it is most certainly on the low side
First, incidents of abuse and neglect are notoriously underreported. 
Second, states aren't legally required to report detailed case information to Washington (and in 1998, 30 of them [states] didn't)
Additionally -- unless police or Child Protection Services are notified -- it's practically impossible to find out what's happening in unlicensed facilities. 
So these 5,700 children are probably just the tip on the tail of the daycare dog."
Category = Danger
Who's watching our children?, by Safer Child, Inc., www.saferchild.org, 02-Jan-03 "This is our first peek at child care, and we have to say it looks bad.  We Americans spend a lot of time wondering why our society is sliding downward into obesity, shallowness, rudeness, violence and irresponsibility -- but we're failing to examine and account for these critical first years of our children."
Category = Politics
Who's watching our children?, by Safer Child, Inc., www.saferchild.org, 02-Jan-03 And any child who fights with (several) other children for a caregiver's attention can't possibly be getting the love nurturing, guidance and teaching necessary for becoming a productive, happy member of this society.
Category = Quality
News from Denmark: Small Danish Children Have Poor Vocabulary
Royal Danish Embassy website
http://www.denmarkemb.org,
24-Jan-03
A new study of 4500 children between eight and 15 months of age shows that Danish children are far behind children in other countries when it comes to language development. Small children in the US, Spain, and Sweden understand twice as many words as Danish children. Linguist Dorte Bleses, from the Center for Language Acquisition at the University of Southern Denmark, who headed the study, says to the Danish daily newspaper Fyens Stiftstidende that among other things the big difference between Danish and foreign children is due to the fact that Danish children spend more time in daycare than children in other countries. Firstly, daycare institutions are noisy making it difficult for the children to concentrate, and secondly, there are (too) few adults (for the many children), Dorte Bleses says.
Category = Development
Daycare Can Be Risky for Kids, Researcher Says By Jim Brown, 28-Jan-03
http://agapepress.org/
 
An ongoing government study has already shown that there are serious detrimental effects of non-parental care for children
Brian Robertson is managing editor of a new publication called Family Policy Review. He says parents need to be aware of the health risks associated with daycare.
"The literature of pediatricians and medical experts has for years been warning about the fact that daycare centers are among the worst places in our society for the transmission of infectious disease," he says, "and that ranges from things like inner-ear infections, which can lead to other things, to much more serious things."
Robertson also says children in non-maternal care are more likely to be aggressive, non-compliant, and even violent.
Category = Behavior, Disease

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