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Who's Minding the Kids?
Interrogatory, Q & A by Kathryn Jean Lopez, interview of Brian Robertson, author of "The Day Care Deception:  What the Child Care Establishment isn't telling us", National Review Online, nationalreview.com 

01-Oct-03

The most comprehensive survey yet done on child care by the nonpartisan group Public Agenda found that parents prefer one parent to stay at home over a "quality" day-care center as the best arrangement for children under five by a margin of 12 to 1; 71 percent agreed with the statement that "parents should only rely on a day care center when they have no other option"; and 8 out of 10 young mothers with preschool children professed the desire to stay home with them rather than continue to work.
...Interestingly, the opinions of the "child advocates" who tend to control the debate on day care are almost exactly the reverse on these issues.
Category = Politics
Who's Minding the Kids?
Interrogatory, Q & A by Kathryn Jean Lopez nationalreview.com 

01-Oct-03
And regarding the social-science findings, in my view, the evidence is conclusive and becomes more conclusive every year: Day care is both a serious risk to children's normal development and to their health. The lack of dissemination of this evidence is really scandalous.
Category = Development, Disease, Politics
Who's Minding the Kids?
Interrogatory, Q & A by Kathryn Jean Lopez nationalreview.com 

01-Oct-03
...public policy in the United States is skewed in favor of subsidizing the day-care choice for parents through tax benefits and other means. Not only do you have the child-care tax credit available only to parents who use accredited, commercial day care at the expense of at-home parents...but you have corporations being given substantial tax breaks for providing day care or day-care referral to employees. In addition to that, tax laws encourage corporations to provide up to $5,000 in income tax free to employees, as long as they spend it on commercial day care for their children.
...this is positively perverse social policy.
Category = Politics  
Who's Minding the Kids?
Interrogatory, Q & A by Kathryn Jean Lopez nationalreview.com 

01-Oct-03
The tough thing about being an advocate for parents is that most of them are too busy parenting to get that involved in public policy or social issues. Which means they are at a disadvantage compared to the (daycare lobbyists for the) child-care establishment, a highly organized and well-funded interest group that has lots of influence in Washington.
Category = Politics  

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