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Indepth: Day Care
Day care in Canada
Canadian Broadcasting Corp
www.cbc.ca, 25-Oct-04
(Some) hold the Quebec system up as a model for the rest of Canada, but the program has had its critics.
...The Action démocratique du Québec called the $5-a-day (day care) program a "Soviet-style" service...
...In 2004, there were also growing complaints about the cleanliness and quality of food in Québec day-care centres...
Category = Quality
HOME-ALONE AMERICA by Maggie Gallagher, uexpress.com, 2-Nov-04
 
Small children who share toys, saliva and other bodily fluids with other kids do get sick more often...
...Children who attend day care appear to be more stressed, on average, than children at home (their cortisol levels rise during the day). ..
...There is good evidence of an... increase in aggression in day-care kids. But for Mary Eberstadt, (author of
Home-Alone America,) the last straw is human biting: "To browse the literature is to learn that many babies and toddlers in institutionalized care bite, and bite a lot. They bite themselves, one another and, of course, teachers and adults too."
"What is the mental state of a bunch of babies and toddlers who take up biting as a habit?" ... Eberstadt is pretty confident: "The kids aren't happy."
Category = Behavior, Quality
The Myth of High Quality Day Care Day Care Advocates Overlook the Importance of Parent-Child Bonding to Healthy Child Development, by Claudio Violator and Adrienne Snow, 26-Nov-04 So, ultimately, the quality of the day care in which the child is placed is irrelevant. The child does not know or care if his day care workers have degrees in early childhood education, or are unionized, or are highly paid. It is of little consequence for the child's emotional development if the day care is licensed, has brightly colored facilities, or lots of educational toys. From the child's perspective, this is first and foremost the place where he is abandoned by the person he desperately wants to be with.
Category =
Quality
The Myth of High Quality Day Care Day Care Advocates Overlook the Importance of Parent-Child Bonding to Healthy Child Development by Claudio Violator and Adrienne Snow, 26-Nov-04 Given the inherently distressing nature of day care for young children, it is hardly surprising that high quality care was found to be as likely as other non-parental care to negatively influence their development.
Category = Behavior, Quality

 
The Myth of High Quality Day Care Day Care Advocates Overlook the Importance of Parent-Child Bonding to Healthy Child Development, by Claudio Violator and Adrienne Snow, 26-Nov-04 Research into the importance of parent-child attachment to healthy psychological development shows us that well before children learn to read and write, they are busy learning to trust and love. Optimistic claims of the advocates for universal day care notwithstanding, it appears that during the first few years of a child's life, when it comes to these all-important lessons in love, there's no place like home.
Category = Behavior, Quality
The Symptoms of
Parent-Withdrawal

By Rachel Mahaffey, consideringhomeschooling.org, 17-Dec-04
The reality is well-known among experts. Dr. Janice Shaw Crouse, senior fellow of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, reports, "We've known for years that the outcomes are undesirable when children spend too much time in day care. Regrettably, though, the negative findings of the comprehensive studies are buried in the small print while the headlines trumpet messages that make parents feel OK about putting their children in full-time day care."
Category = Politics
The Symptoms of
Parent-Withdrawal

By Rachel Mahaffey, consideringhomeschooling.org, 17-Dec-04
Children in day care are not taught social skills or education. Children are often put into "overcrowded or otherwise unloving child care situations in which they have been forced as an infant to fight for attention
Category = Behavior, Development

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