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10 Things Your Daycare May Not Tell You
by Liza Finlay www.Todaysparent.com
February 2004
6. The television is on too much.
Ruth Doughty's* 18-month-old son... attend(ed) a home-based daycare.  The TV occupied central real estate in the living room, and the Toronto mom found it on most mornings when she arrived. “I was told morning cartoons and the occasional ‘rainy-day’ movie were the extent of the television watching,” she says. “But my son started asking for programs I knew nothing about and when I investigated I found there were more ‘rainy-day’ occasions than I was comfortable with.”
*
Name changed by request.
Category = Quality
Clayton Cramer's Blog
http://www.claytoncramer.com/
weblog/blogger.html
, 20-Feb-04 
Promoting the idea that...every child (should be) in daycare will someday be looked back upon as one of the great mistakes of the last half of the twentieth century.
Category = Politics 
The Effects of Early Maternal Employment on Children's Cognitive Outcomes: The Canadian Experience
by Bali Ram, Teresa Abada,
Feng Hou,
Population Association of America
2004 annual meeting program
http://paa2004.princeton.edu
3-Apr-2004, page 8 - 9
This perspective became apparent in the research of Desai and her colleagues (1989), who showed in their analysis of the 1986 U.S. National Longitudinal Survey of Youth that all children are deprived of time with their mother when she is employed, although it is the children from high income families who suffer most from their mothers’ employment. These children lose more because the attention and quality of substitute care (daycare) is often inferior to what they receive from their more educated, more skilled and more nurturing parents.
Category = Quality

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