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Say “No” to Day Orphanages
The Dr. Laura blog,
I’ve railed against day care for children for years, calling those centers “day orphanages,” which brings out the claws from those who disagree with me. I got an email recently from a child care worker who makes the case quite eloquently for raising your own kids and not leaving them in the hands of others.
"Hi, Dr. Laura. I don't get to listen to you very often [jokingly sobs] because I work at a child care center during the days you are on the air. I just want to let your listeners know there is no replacement for mom and dad. No other person will treat, nurture, guide or give your moral values to your children better than yourselves.
I had to get a job, so I chose to work at a child care center.
Remember most or a lot of the child care workers are young with no children and no experience. We certainly don't get paid much either. I'm not saying they don't care for your child, but NO ONE can do it like mom or dad. Please get a smaller house, a less expensive car or just tone things down, so a PARENT can stay home and raise their children."

I'm Dr. Laura Schlessinger. Now go do the right thing.
Category = Caregiver, Quality

Harris, Penn, & Lowry, LLP
A Georgia-based Law Firm which focuses on
Childcare / Daycare Abuse, etc.

Unfortunately, even with the closest scrutiny, a day care can be a place where a child becomes a victim. Our firm is sensitive to the issues that parents face when day care abuse is suspected.
A child's behavior regarding the day care or child care center often becomes one of the first indicators of abuse. Excessive crying, refusal to go, or expressions of fear may seem minor, but they could be representative of a larger problem. Along with psychological or behavioral symptoms, physical symptoms of abuse should not be ignored. From minor injuries, such as bruises and cuts, to major injuries such as broken bones and damage to internal organs, children can suffer permanent physical and emotional damage from day care abuse.
Category = Danger

Politicizing Preschool
by Dan Lips

These proposals are based on the (incorrect*) belief that “investments” in early childhood education yield significant long-term benefits for children served.
If the president is right, we should look forward to a safer, healthier, and welfare-free world sometime soon, thanks to our federal “investments” in preschool**. In 2009, (United States) taxpayers will spend $25 billion on the federal government’s 69 federal preschool and childcare programs.
Unfortunately, little is known about whether these programs work. One might think that Congress and the administration would be focusing on evaluating these programs’ effectiveness before spending another billions (more) on preschool. Actually, there is reason to believe that they are instead ignoring empirical evidence that undermines the case for a new federal preschool program.

*Search this site for information on the "Perry Preschool Project" for children from severely disadvantaged families...
**Sarcasm alert!

Category = Development, Politics




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