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Susan C's mother, 2000 Daycares just keep the kids alive until their parents come to pick them up.
Category = Quality
Posted by "Grammar Fascist" on Slashdot.org from the forum "Do Techies Care for Daycare?" 6-Nov-00 ..if you think about it, you'll realize that kids in day care are raised by other kids more than the day care workers. That's frightening!
Corey B, divorced father of three,
9-Aug-00
"You go to (check out daycares), and sometimes the workers are saying, "I don't know if you want to be here.  I don't know if I'm going to be here next week.  I don't know if she's going to have anybody.'  It makes you kind of leery.  If they don't have a staff, they can't operate.  The majority of (daycares) don't seem to have degreed teachers or a real curriculum set up.  It's 'We're here.  We can make sure they're alive when you get back,' and that's that.
Category = Quality
Jenn J
planetpapers.com
2001
 
The effects of daycare on American Society
...You cannot trust anyone as much as you can trust yourself.  Say you get a brand new Lexus*. A complete stranger needs a car and has no one to turn to but you. Would you lend him your new Lexus? Probably not. A Lexus is expensive, not to mention insurance. What if they were to wreck it? If you would not let a stranger borrow your car for just a few hours, then why would you let a stranger take care of your baby (in a day care) all day everyday?  Your child is irreplaceable.
*Lexus - an expensive luxury automobile
Category = Quality
EDLP 701 School Leadership (Dr. Julie Rotholtz
www.ed.sc.edu
Daycare Study
posted by Ginger,
19-Apr-01
I am very interested in reading the study on children in daycare...that found... that children who spend their first years in daycare are more prone to being aggressive when they reach kindergarten.  This is of particular interest to me because of the large numbers of "angry" five year olds that we have seen in the past few years at my school.  It is hard for me to believe that such children can have as much anger as we sometimes see.  These angry children come from varying socioeconomic and racial groups.
Category = Behavior
EDLP 701 School Leadership (Dr. Julie Rotholtz
www.ed.sc.edu
Daycare Study
posted by Jimmy R.
20-Apr-01
I have been telling my colleagues that we are teaching a generation of 'day care' children because most of them spent a lot of their childhood being raised by someone who not only had to look after them but 20-30 others just like them.  This year I have had so many students that were disrespectful, not only to their classmates, but to me as well.  They will argue with me, backtalk me, and not think anything is wrong with doing that.
Category = Behavior
EDLP 701 School Leadership (Dr. Julie Rotholtz
www.ed.sc.edu
Daycare Study
posted by Kay H.
23-Apr-01
My child stayed home with myself and my mother (I taught part-time) for the first eighteen months of her life.  I put her in daycare...when I went back to work fulltime.  During the six weeks that she was there she developed two ear infections, rotavirus, pneumonia, and several sinus infections.  Other than a few colds, she had never been sick before.  I'm not sure if Rachel was there (daycare) long enough for it to make her more aggressive, but it definitely made her sick!  She is now home with my mother fulltime while I work.
Category = Disease
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"Put the children first"
www.aish.com
18-Nov-01

 

My wife and I can usually tell in a few moments which child is raised by Mommy and which is raised by a nanny or day care.
When our first child was born three years ago, my wife wanted to stay home to raise him, but she wasn't sure she could do it. Having almost completed a PhD education, she was subjected to significant internal and external pressure, lack of social supports, and the question of whether we could make it on one salary.
My wife took advantage of her year-long maternity leave to solidify her convictions, and at the end of that year she wrote a letter to her employer informing them that she wouldn't be coming back as she now had a much more important job--raising her son.
Baruch Hashem*, we now have two beautiful sons and there is a third on the way. Raising children is not easy, but there is no amount of money in the world that can buy what a mother at home provides. You can see the results in the children, and you can also see the results in the mothers.
Give a life-long blessing to your children, and give a blessing to yourselves -- put the children
first.
Category = Politics, Quality 
* Baruch Hashem - Hebrew for "blessed is the name of God"

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