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Quotes from books about daycare - 1995-99, p32

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Early Childcare:  Infants and Nations at Risk by Dr. Peter Cook, 1996, Chapter 11, Summary, P 162-163 A biologically deviant environment without precedent
Institutional long day care for infants and children under three years represents a major deviation from that kind of environment which the history of our species indicates has the ingredients to meet the early emotional needs of such young children. It is unprecedented to rear infants and young children in the absence of any other child or adult who has an enduring commitment or relationship to that child.
Category = Behavior, Quality
Early Childcare:  Infants and Nations at Risk by Dr. Peter Cook, 1996, P163 Breastfeeding precluded
Breastfeeding is universally acknowledged to be the best way to feed babies, giving health, cognitive and other benefits. Yet (breastfeeding) is generally precluded* by early day care...
*Preclude = To put a barrier before; hence, to shut out; to hinder; to stop; to impede.
Category = Quality
Early Childcare:  Infants and Nations at Risk by Dr. Peter Cook, 1996, P163 Young children have given no consent
Infants do not consent to early day care. They are the involuntary, and often protesting, subjects of an unprecedented social experiment to replace the daily experiences of mothering and fathering with institutional child-minding in the guise of early "education". On placement in early day care, even of good quality, some infants react adversely and for at least many months.
Category = Quality
Early Childcare:  Infants and Nations at Risk by Dr. Peter Cook, 1996, P164 Emotional poverty
Non-parental long day care was invented for the convenience of adults not the needs or wishes of children. It involves risks and does not optimally meet the needs of infants and toddlers. Many problems of quality control, high rates of staff turnover, poor staff-child ratios and economic considerations contribute to risks of emotional poverty in the child care experiences of babies and toddlers.
Category = Behavior, Economics, Quality
Early Childcare:  Infants and Nations at Risk by Dr. Peter Cook, 1996, P165 Baby's point of view is usually left out
The baby's and young child's point of view has rarely been considered by researchers, and there appears to be little, if any, experimental evidence about what emotional lessons are being learned by infants subjected to the long day care experience.
Category = Behavior, Quality

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