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Actually Villages are Lousy at Raising Pre-School Children,
by Karl Zinsmeister,, May 1996
"It is often difficult or impossible for the children of the kibbutz (ideal daycare) to develop intimacy with others when they grow up" -- Charles Siegel
Category = Behavior
Actually Villages are Lousy at Raising Pre-School Children
by Karl Zinsmeister,, May 1996
Margaret Mead warned that "excessive dependence upon the peer group" among kibbutz (ideal daycare) and other non-parentally-reared children made them "unfitted for venturing forth as individuals."
Category = Behavior, Development
House of Commons Private Members' Business, Child Care,
Mr. Garry Breitkreuz, 7-Oct-96
Currently federal program spending in child care creates a system of incentives that favours institutionalized day care to the detriment of home care. This occurs through government subsidies for day care, financed by higher taxes on stay at home parents and, through the child care expense deduction (CCED), allowed only to parents with children in receiptable day care institutions, thereby creating further inequity and a clear bias in favour of institutional day care.
Category =  Politics
National Day Care
Probe Ministries, 1996
Kerby Anderson
This dramatic shift from child-rearing within the family to social parenting in day care facilities is beginning to have frightening consequences. Stories of neglect, abuse, and abandonment are merely the tip of the iceberg of a multi-billion-dollar-a-year industry that is largely unregulated.

Sadly, this change in the way we raise children has been motivated more by convenience and selfishness than by thoughtful analysis of the implications. Psychologist Burton White, author of The First Three Years of Life, laments that "We haven't moved to day care because we were seeking a better way of raising children, but to meet the needs of the parent.... My concern is that this trend constitutes a disastrous effect on the child."
Category =  Politics
National Day Care
Probe Ministries, 1996
Kerby Anderson
Now that we have been effectively conducting an unofficial experiment with day care over the last few decades, the evidence is coming in disconcerting evidence of the psychological harm done by institutionalized care.
...Over the last three decades, America has been engaged in a social experiment with day care. As more and more children are put into institutionalized care, we are reaping the consequences.
Category =  Behavior, Development, Politics
National Day Care
Probe Ministries, 1996
Kerby Anderson
Unfortunately most parents are unaware of this growing research. So is the average citizen who will no doubt be convinced by "experts" that we need a nationally-subsidized system of institutional care. Marjorie Boyd, writing in The Washington Monthly, found that "...practically all the evidence says it's bad for preschoolers....
Most people do not know that psychologists and psychiatrists have grave misgivings about the concept because of its potential effect on personality; nor do they know that the officials of countries that have had considerable experience with day care are now warning of its harmful effects on children."
...Children placed in a day care center too early are deprived of a primary care giver and will manifest psychological problems.
Category =  Development, Politics
National Day Care
Probe Ministries, 1996
Kerby Anderson
Health costs are also considerable. Young children are still in the process of developing their immunity to certain diseases, and are more likely to get sick when exposed to other children on a daily basis. While some ailments are slight, others can be very serious. For example, infectious diseases (especially those involving the middle ear and hearing ability) are three to four times as prevalent in group care as compared to home care.

Dr. Ron Haskins and Dr. Jonathan Kotch have identified day care attendance as the most significant factor associated with the increased incidence of bacterial meningitis. Likewise, cytomegalovirus (the leading cause of congenital infections in newborns) has also been linked to day care centers. These and other correlations should not be surprising given the intimate contact with so many unrelated children in an environment of playing, sleeping, eating, and using toilet facilities.
Category =  Disease


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