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The Mommy Wars, Mamalogues.blogspot.com,
by Dana Loesch
4-Nov-04
...I didn't have kids so that someone else could raise them during the day. to this day, the mere mention of "daycare" sends shudders down my spine. I attended daycare, and also had the unfortunate experience as a child of briefly attending a particular daycare that was what nightmares were made of.
...I couldn't imagine dropping my soon-to-be newborn off either, a helpless baby to lie in a crib for a third of the day while other children were tended to.
Preschool Damages Children’s Social Skills and Emotional Development by Terry Vanderheyden,
lifesite.net, 10-Nov-05
Preschool has a negative effect on a child’s social and emotional development, according to a study of 14,000 US preschool children.
...On average, the report found that the earlier a child enters a preschool center, the slower his or her pace of social development.
Category = Behavior, Development
Preschool Damages Children’s Social Skills and Emotional Development by Terry Vanderheyden,
lifesite.net, 10-Nov-05
A Harvard Longitudinal Study found that daycare children are significantly disadvantaged in later life by the inability to form psychological attachments. The younger the age at which children are put in daycare, the worse is this effect.
Category = Behavior, Development
Preschool Damages Children’s Social Skills and Emotional Development by Terry Vanderheyden,
lifesite.net, 10-Nov-05
“In December of 2003, Time Magazine reported on the consequences of negative emotional and social problems among young children. In Time’s report, the child-advocacy group Partnership for Children survey showed that 93 percent of 39 schools responding said kindergartners today “have more emotional and behavioral problems than were seen just five years ago.”
A majority of day-care centers, which host the tiniest tots, revealed that “incidents of rage and anger” have increased over the past three years. Time’s further quotes the survey leader as explaining, “We’re talking about children – a 3-year-old in one instance – who will take a fork and stab another child in the forehead. We’re talking about a wide range of explosive behaviors, and it’s a growing problem.”
Category = Behavior, Development
Study: Preschool harms
children's development

Homeschool group uses Berkeley research to encourage parents to keep kids at home
by Ron Strom, WorldNetDaily (wnd.com)
10-Nov-06
 
"The biggest eye-opener (of The Influence of Preschool Centers on Children's Development Nationwide: How much is too much? study) is that the suppression of social and emotional development, stemming from long hours in (daycare), is felt most strongly by children from better-off families," said UC Berkeley sociologist and study co-author Bruce Fuller.
On average, the report finds that the earlier a child enters a preschool center, the slower his or her pace of social development...
...Fuller says those elected officials pushing for compulsory (universal)  preschool should rethink the idea.
Category = Behavior, Development, Politics
Preschool Suppresses Social and Emotional Development by Ron Strom, worldnetdaily.com, 10-Nov-05 A new report released this month by researchers at the University of California Berkeley and Stanford University found that preschool attendance has negative effects on the social and emotional development of children, effects that were most strongly seen in children from better-off-families...
...The study found that all children who attended preschool at least 15 hours a week displayed more negative social behaviors when compared with their stay-at-home peers.
"So, the report's a bit sobering for (politicians) who are getting behind universal preschool," comments the study’s Co-Author and UC Berkeley professor Bruce Fuller.
Category = Behavior, Development
Daycare (may or) may not be the problem by John Rosemond, rosemond.com, 22-Dec-05 Sometimes, the most "glossy" day care centers -- ironically, these are also generally the most expensive -- have the youngest, most ill-trained, ill-suited staff.
Furthermore...outward appearances mean nothing, nor does an "emphasis on learning." In fact, an academic emphasis usually means the center is keeping the children seated at tables, performing rote pencil-and-paper exercises, for much of the day
Category = Quality

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