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Managed Day Care Makes Its Debut by Wade F. Horn, Welfare Reform Academy University of Maryland School of Public Affairs, 9-Jan-97
welfareacademy.org
Although the money the (U.S. President is) proposing to spend will benefit businesses and institutional day care providers, it unfortunately will do nothing to help the single largest provider (and the preferred provider) of child care in the nation -- parents. Seventy percent of children are still cared for primarily by their parents and relatives.
Category = Economics, Politics
Managed Day Care Makes Its Debut by Wade F. Horn, welfareacademy.org, 9-Jan-97 Imposing additional federal requirements, such as licensing, certification, and "quality standards," will only produce dramatically higher child care costs and reduce the range of choices available to families, especially low-income families.
Category = Economics, Politics, Quality
Managed Day Care Makes Its Debut  by Wade F. Horn, welfareacademy.org, 9-Jan-97 Once again, homemakers, parents who choose to have relatives look after their children, the self-employed, and parents who work out of their homes are completely left out of the (President's) plan.
Category = Politics
Alternate Child-Care
By Alan S. L. Wong, ŠApr -1997
A Christian Parenting website from Singapore, vtaide.com/png/accare.htm
Whatever alternate child care (day care) is chosen, it is impossible to pay anyone enough to get her to do what you as a parent will do for free out of love and commitment. It is too much to ask of anyone other than the child's own parents to give him a healthy self-image, a moral standard and a zest for life. While child care service can be arranged or purchased, parenting cannot be delegated.
Category = Quality
Babies Love Mommy, Not Money, by Marnie Ko, nurturing.ca, 10-Apr-97 You cannot pay someone to love your children, and mothers can not be replaced by (daycare) employees.
Category = Quality

 

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