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Playing With Danger At Daycare
cbsnews.com, 4-Oct-04
Children have died in daycare centers using recalled products.  So you would think that centers would be required to check for these dangers.  But,...that's not always the case.
...Every year, the Consumer Product Safety Commission recalls dozens of dangerous children's products - but that information doesn't always reach...daycare centers.
(How could the Consumer Product Safety Commission possibly reach *all* daycares -- the large commercial centers, as well as the unlicensed home providers? -- Editor)
"Part of the problem", said Consumer Product Safety Commission Spokesman Eric Criss, "is that most states don't require daycare centers to check if they're using recalled products." (Even if laws were enacted so that daycares were required to periodically verify they weren't using recalled products, enforcement would be a logistical nightmare, considering all the children's products on the market -- Editor). 
Category = Danger
Feminism, childcare, and family mental health:  Have women been misled by equality feminism?
by Peter S. Cook, naturalchild.com
13-Oct-2004
...Belsky observed that, regardless of the type and quality of daycare, research shows that the more time children spend in any kind of non-maternal daycare before they are 4 1/2 years old, the more truly aggressive and disobedient they are - not just more assertive or independent. This has adverse implications for parents, as well as for teachers and fellow-pupils, who are all disadvantaged by the disruption to learning which such children can cause in the classroom.
Category = Behavior
More Than a Gaffe
The politics behind Teresa’s “real job” remark by Carrie Lukas, nationalreview.com,
25-Oct-04
 
...government-funded daycare...might make daycare "free" to some working parents, but it has real costs for taxpayers and real consequences for women who want to stay at home with their children. Not only would the costs of government daycare drive up tax rates, making it harder for a family to subsist on one salary, but the availability of this "free" alternative would also reduce the value of stay-at-home moms' service. Since there would be no monetary benefit to staying at home, many women may feel like they cannot afford not to take up the free daycare and earn money outside the home. The de facto message of such a policy would be that these women should go out and get a "real job."
Category = Politics
More Than a Gaffe
The politics behind Teresa’s “real job” remark by Carrie Lukas, nationalreview.com,
25-Oct-04
 
As government assumes more of childcare costs, stay-at-home moms' contributions to their families become less valuable. As the government passes these costs on to taxpayers, living on one salary becomes more difficult.
The decision that each family makes about how to balance caring for children and staying at home is a personal choice. All women's choices should be respected and, as much as possible, government should strive to stay out of the decision by giving maximum freedom to individuals and minimizing the government's burden.
Category = Politics
Canada's child care will improve, Dryden insists
CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corp.) News on-line staff, 25-Oct-04
www.cbc.ca
The Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) often...came upon (Canadian daycare) centres that were shabby, with workers who were poorly trained and who frequently quit.
In many centres, they found barren, poorly lit rooms with an abundance of plastic toys and games that were "of doubtful learning quality." Playgrounds were lacking as well.
...child care workers frequently forced youngsters to sit down and not move.
...Canadian children spent almost all of their time inside.
Category = Quality

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