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Mothers Provide Best Care says New Study,
Contact:  Denise Kanter
Morningstar Educational Network

Research has shown that the outcomes are undesirable when children spend too much time in day care. Unfortunately, as Dr. Janice Shaw Crouse, senior fellow of the Beverly LaHaye Institute reports, the negative findings of the comprehensive [daycare] studies are buried in the small print while the headlines trumpet messages that make parents feel OK about putting their children in full-time day care." In another study prepared by the, "Southwest Policy Institute concluded, "Contrary to common belief, early institutional schooling can harm children emotionally, intellectually and socially."
Category =  Danger, Development, Politics

No place like home for kids by Lydia Lovric, The Winnipeg Sun, 17-Oct-05 In what's being described as the "most in-depth study of the subject to date," British researchers placed in daycare fared worst when it came to developmental tests.
Many...(claim) daycare is good for kids because it provides them with plenty of social interaction. According to this study, that just isn't the case.
Some...insist daycare gives children more confidence. Nice theory, but the research just doesn't back it up.
Category =   Development, Politics
No place like home for kids by Lydia Lovric, The Winnipeg Sun, 17-Oct-05 A recent study out of Cambridge University shows the stress levels of toddlers soar when they first begin daycare. Daycare kids suffer great anxiety and their stress levels remain high five months later, despite the fact they may outwardly appear more settled.
Do these sound like happy kids to you?
Category =  Danger, Quality
No place like home for kids by Lydia Lovric, The Winnipeg Sun, 17-Oct-05 Bottom line: Full-time daycare should be a last resort.
That said, do we really want more tax money poured into a national daycare program when it's clear daycare is far from the best option for most kids?
Instead, the government pretends to be doing something wonderful for Canada's children by making daycare more accessible. Either the (Politicians) are stupid and fail to comprehend the scientific studies regarding child care, or they're greedy and want as much income tax money as possible even if it comes at the expense of a child's well-being.
Category =  Politics
3 New Studies Assess Effects of Child Care by Tamar Lewin, The New York Times, 1-Nov-05 "The Influence of Preschool Centers on Children's Development Nationwide: How Much Is Too Much? sociologists at Stanford and the University of California...found that on average, the earlier a child enters center-based care, the slower the pace of social development. The greatest effect was among high-income children. Youngsters who were from families with income of at least $66,000 and who spent more than 30 hours a week in center-based care had the weakest social skills - including diminished levels of cooperation, sharing and motivated engagement in classroom tasks, along with greater aggression - compared with similar children who remained at home with a parent.
Category =  Behavior, Development, Quality
Loeb's study on preschool finds bright side, dark side by Carrie Sturrock, San Francisco Chronicle, 1-Nov-05 The UC Berkeley-Stanford study found that all children who attended preschool at least 15 hours a week displayed more negative social behaviors such as trouble cooperating or acting up, when compared with their peers. The discrepancies were most pronounced among children from higher-income families.
It's not clear why children from higher-income families exhibit more negative behaviors than their stay-at-home peers.
Other studies have found childcare centers negatively affect children's social development, said Jay Belsky, director of the Institute for the Study of Children, Families and Social Issues at Birkbeck University of London, in an e-mail interview.
"It is time to come to grips with what all too many have denied for all too long, namely, that all disconcerting news about adverse effects cannot be attributed to low-quality care, which has been more or less the mantra of the field of child development and the child-care advocacy community for decades," Belsky said.
Category =  Behavior, Development, Quality


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