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Quotes from books about daycare - 1990-94, p4

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Featured Books 1990-1994:  
Facing the Effects of Mother's Absence, Home By Choice, pages:  1 | 2
The Hidden Costs of Childcare pages:  3 | 4
Crime and the Sacking of America:  The Roots of Chaos pages:  5 
Children First pages:  6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11
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The Hidden Costs of Childcare by Patricia Morgan
Family Education Trust
1992
page 39-40
Writing about a pilot project at Yale University...the authors concluded that:
"When adults have a fair capacity to be parents, their young children do best when cared for mainly by parents...Group care, even under the best circumstances is stressful for very young children...In contrast to the natural family setting and activities, how artificial is the daycare center and what it can provide. It is very difficult to duplicate in the (daycare) center more than a few of the experiences most appropriate for the toddler, experiences that he could have at home without anyone giving the matter a moment's thought...
...separation reactions become more acute as the day lengthens and fatigue decreases coping ability.
Category = Behavior, Quality
The Hidden Costs of Childcare by Patricia Morgan
Family Education Trust
1992
page 40
In the Edward Melhuish study, mothers and relatives showed significantly more affection towards children and were involved in far more communications than nursery workers or childminders*. The overall level of responsiveness of nurseries to the children was lower in every respect compared to the home. Moreover, a host of British and American studies show how mothers are far more responsive and affectionate than childminders*.
*Childminder-British term referring to a person, ususally a woman, whose job is to take care of other people's children in her own home.
Category = Quality
The Hidden Costs of Childcare by Patricia Morgan
Family Education Trust
1992
page 42
The repeated call for 'affordable, high quality, and accessible day care' is a contradiction in terms. Countries which have tried to move...all young children into daycare seem to have the greatest difficulty, given any amount of resources and effort, to provide for more than about 30 per cent (at a generous estimate) of pre-school children in public institutions of any reasonable standard.
Category = Economics
The Hidden Costs of Childcare by Patricia Morgan
Family Education Trust
1992
page 43-44
There are prohibitive costs involved in running a good childcare centre, particularly for babies. These make 'good quality childcare' an essentially nonprofit commodity. Overwhelmingly the evidence, from this country and from America, suggests that 'for profit' provisions are low quality provisions. The lives of children are secondary to the profit motive...
Category = Economics
Sex, Art, And American Culture by Camille Paglia, Professor of Humanities, University of the Arts, Philadelphia
Outspoken Feminist Lesbian Libertarian Social Critic and Educator,
1992
No...day-care center can ever adequately substitute for a mother's attention.
Category = Quality
The War Against the Family: A Parent Speaks Out, William Gairdner 1992, page 13 State daycare penalizes families that want to care for their own children by taxing them for the care of other's children...
Category = Politics
The War Against the Family: A Parent Speaks Out, William Gairdner 1992, page 147-148 The very young (in Sweden) are in State-subsidized daycare (where, Swedish journalist Anna Wahlgren says, many are habitually drugged);...
Category = Danger, Quality
The War Against the Family: A Parent Speaks Out, William Gairdner 1992, page 327 (regarding) the demand for tax-subsidized universal daycare. Here we ought to be asking, Is this really best for our children?
Category = Quality
The War Against the Family: A Parent Speaks Out, William Gairdner 1992, page 333-334 That's because ideologues don't want subsidized daycare just for the poor. They want universal, public daycare as a right...in order to effect their revolution against the private family...
Category = Politics

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