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Most Daycares claim they give their charges "one-on-one attention".  How this can be true?  The picture below shows that babies in daycare institutions are *not* fed one-at-a-time, but rather eight-at-a-time by one caregiver.  Does this sound like "one-on-one attention" to you?

The following daycare strollers provide more evidence that "one-on-one attention" does not happen in a daycare setting.

The picture of the cribs used by many daycares below gives credibility to the following quote from David Mills:

"The typical daycare center provides the stimulation and educational opportunity of a day in prison -- and spreads far more infection and communicable disease than the county jail."
-- David Mills, "Myths of Parental Convenience", from the book, Science Shams & Bible Bloopers, 2000 

Last updated 11/25/2011

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