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Middle class children 'are held back by childcare' as they suffer 'significant declines' in their development
by Laura clark, The Daily Mail  (Britain),
27-Mar-12
 
Middle class children are adversely affected by time spent in childcare, a study claims.
They suffer ‘significant declines’ in their development, health and standards of behaviour, researchers found.
The study, being presented today at the Royal Economic Society’s annual conference, suggests that childcare leads to a substantial drop-off in parents’ involvement in their children’s upbringing.
The damaging effects are most marked for boys and for youngsters aged from birth to two, prompting the researchers to suggest that childcare may not ‘be suited for children aged zero to two’.
Academics from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada, studied a highly subsidised childcare scheme in Quebec... with 10,000 youngsters a year being studied.
(The) ‘lion’s share of the population experienced significant declines in motor-social development and health measures as well as increased behavioural problems’, the study found.
It added: ‘The reported benefits for children with least advantage, the grounds on which universal childcare is often justified, stands opposite to negative outcomes for the bulk of children.’
Category = Behavior, Development, Politics
Childcare cost: Day care expense rivals college cost, fuels social problems
by Stephanie Hanes, The Christian Science Monitor, 23-Aug-12
See, there’s a major Catch-22* in the child care cost problem. The main reason for the high cost of care, advocates say, is the salary expense for day care centers. But child care workers are some of the lowest paid professionals in the American workforce. You can’t reduce costs, and you can’t charge more.
At the same time, many of the same advocates who decry the impact child care expenses have on families are pushing for an increase in the quality of care. This usually means better licensing, regulations and oversight, as well as requirements for a better educated workforce. But these changes would clearly make child care costs go up even further.
Category = Economics, Quality, Regulations
*From its use in the satirical novel by the American author Joseph Heller, the phrase "Catch-22" is common idiomatic usage meaning "a no-win situation"
Daycare linked to obesity risk in kids, Quebec study finds
by Tralee Pearch, The Globe and Mail (Canada),
19-Nov-12
A new study of Quebec children has found that kids who attended centre-based daycare were 1.65 times more likely than children in parental care to be overweight or obese...
...The researchers controlled for other factors linked to obesity, including socioeconomic status and duration of breastfeeding.
Category = Disease
Children in daycare at risk of being obese, overweight: Study
by Isabel Teotonio, The Toronto Star (Canada),
20-Nov-12
That’s according to a new study by researchers at the University of Montreal and the CHU Sainte-Justine Hospital Research Center, which was recently published in the Journal of Pediatrics.
...Their research found that children who attended daycare were 65 per cent more likely to be overweight between ages 4 and 10, compared with those who stayed home with a parent.

Category = Disease

 

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