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A Child Left to Himself by Stephen Flurry, The Trumpet, Jan 2004, 'Train Up a Child' Writing for The Daily Mail in London, Colette Douglas Home asked, “How many dog owners do you know who check their pooch into kennels during office hours? I can’t think of any. Time without number I have heard people who would love to own a dog lament their inability. ‘It wouldn’t be fair on the animal because we both work,’ they say. ‘We can’t offer a dog the attention, exercise and established routine it takes to make them a well trained pet’” (Aug. 1, 2003).
Yet, she continued, many of these same people drop their kids off at daycare facilities without hardly batting an eye. “No doubt those parents will gnash their teeth in fury at the implication that using daycare is treating an infant worse than they would a dog. I don’t apologize. If we wouldn’t do it to a dog, it is something we all need to think about.”
Category = Quality
Learn to live with creative sons' mess
by John Rosemond,
Lexington Herald-Leader,

Q. My son will be 2-1/2 next month.  I recently started a family day care at my home.  I took in a 3-year-old boy and a 16-month-old girl.  My son is not handling this change well.  He has become extremely aggressive, especially with the little girl.  Yesterday he bit the little boy for no reason.
A.  ...The problem you describe is fairly common among home day care operators with toddlers because toddlers are generally not ready to share their mothers with other children the same age or younger.
Category = Behavior
Universal preschool: An idea whose time shouldn't come
by Joanne Jacobs,
San Francisco Chronicle, 4-Apr-04

(Universal Daycare) Advocates claim that preschool improves school performance and pays off in higher graduation and employment rates. Often they claim Head Start saves $6 or $7 for every dollar spent. (But) This is based on the Perry Preschool Project, which offered far more services than Head Start.
...Universal preschool will suck up money that could be used...for the neediest kids.
Category = Development, Economics

Fear on nursery care (daycare) forces rethink by Madeleine Bunting, The Guardian, 8-Jul-04 The (British) government is reconsidering its strategy on childcare in the face of mounting evidence that day nurseries (daycare) for children under two can lead to increased incidence of antisocial behaviour and aggression.
Category = Behavior
Fear on nursery care (daycare) forces rethink by Madeleine Bunting, The Guardian, 8-Jul-04 But the popularity of nurseries (daycares)...does not match the conclusions of researchers around the world. Their remarkably similar findings indicate that group-based care can have damaging effects on some aspects of emotional and social development for the under two age group.
Category = Behavior, Development


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