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Quebec daycare bad for children
By Kazi Stastna,  canada.com
The Gazette (Montreal) 2-Feb-06
Quebec's much-heralded universal child-care program might be good for the economy, but not for the kids enrolled in it, a study by a Toronto-based think tank says.
...The researchers found that in the post-universal daycare period, aggression among 2- to 4-year-olds increased by 24 per cent in Quebec, compared with one per cent in the rest of Canada.
The relative increase in hyperactivity and anxiety was also substantial, while certain social and motor skills declined.
The proportion of parents reporting nose or throat infections in newborns to 2-year-olds rose by about 20 per cent in Quebec, but stayed constant in the rest of Canada.
"For almost every measure, we find an increased use of child care was associated with a decrease in their well-being relative to other children," the authors write.
The well-being of parents also declined, with more mothers reporting depression. There was also a greater incidence of hostile parenting and dissatisfaction with spouses.
Category = Behavior, Development, Disease, Quality
Study of Quebec daycare finds 'aggressive' kids
By Kazi Stastna,  canada.com
The Gazette (Montreal) 2-Feb-06
A new study of Quebec's popular subsidized daycare system has raised questions about the quality of the ...program citing..."strikingly negative" outcomes.
..."For almost every measure, we find that the increased use of child care was associated with a decrease in their well-being relative to other children," the study says. "For example, reported fighting and other measures of aggressive behaviour increased substantially."
...The study also shows that mothers of daycare children were more depressed and the quality of their parenting practices declined.
Category = Behavior, Development, Disease, Quality
Quebec day-care program hurting kids: economists, CBC News, cbc.ca; 2-Feb-06
 
Quebec's publicly funded day-care system is hurting children, ...concludes a report on the widely applauded system.
"We uncover striking evidence that children are worse off in a variety of behavioural and health dimensions, ranging from aggression to motor-social skills and illness," say the three economists who wrote the report.
"Our analysis also suggests that the new child-care program led to more hostile, less consistent parenting, worse parental health and lower-quality parental relationships."
The report is by economics professors Michael Baker of the University of Toronto, Jonathan Gruber of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Kevin Milligan of the University of British Columbia.
It was done for the U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research...
Category = Behavior, Development, Disease, Quality
More on Dumping Kids in Day Care by Dr. Rod Moser, PA, PhD, WebMD blog expert view, webmd.com, 19-Feb-06 Some parents (not all) literally dump their kids in daycare so they can work to pay for toys they really do not need. My issue is with them. They have the ultimate choice and they did not choose their own baby.
Category = Politics
More on Dumping Kids in Day Care by Dr. Rod Moser, PA, PhD, WebMD blog expert view, webmd.com, 19-Feb-06
 
Even the cleanest and most sanitary day-care facility is a hotbed of contagion. Although we dearly love children, their levels of personal hygiene are worse than you can imagine. Kids are nose-pickers, free-sneezers, snot-wipers, and butt-diggers. When you put a group of kids together, the only thing they will freely-share is their microorganisms.
Category = Disease
More on Dumping Kids in Day Care by Dr. Rod Moser, PA, PhD, WebMD blog expert view, webmd.com, 19-Feb-06
 
Day-care is big business. It is expensive, and it should be. Some day-care providers in our county were making less than the guy that cleans the dog cages at the pound, but someone is making a profit. As much as day-care costs, the people that actually diaper and feed your baby are terribly underpaid.
Category = Economics, Politics

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