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bernardgaynor.com.au
"Promoting childcare is unproductive insanity
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by Bernard Gaynor, 22-July-2014
"Childcare, by its very nature, is inefficient. And a reliance on childcare actually subverts parental care, which is the most productive thing that anyone can do to raise good citizens and build a sustainable society.
Category = Politics
bernardgaynor.com.au
"Promoting childcare is unproductive insanity
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by Bernard Gaynor, 22-July-2014
Getting mothers into the workforce by subsidising someone else to look after their children is simply a drain on society. It’s an exercise in futility. Once you take out taxes, pay for the bureaucracy and wade through the regulations, the mother’s ‘productivity’ has already been used. There is not going to be much leftover to pay for the childcare worker employed to do the mother’s primary job. That means quality is necessarily sacrificed to make ends meet.
And this is exactly what happens with childcare. The child is placed in a situation where they have less attention from the ‘carer’ because her time is split among many more children. And the ‘carer’ does not have the same knowledge of that child’s needs, talents, requirements or personality. The childcare worker might be brilliant and have all best intentions in the world. But she will never be a mother to someone else’s child.

Category = Economics, Politics, Quality
bernardgaynor.com.au
"Promoting childcare is unproductive insanity
",
by Bernard Gaynor, 22-July-2014
...state-subsidised childcare does not help society become more productive. In fact, it promotes the most inefficient form of care possible and lumps the bill home to taxpayers.
Category = Economics, Politics, Quality
bernardgaynor.com.au
"Promoting childcare is unproductive insanity
",
by Bernard Gaynor, 22-July-2014
The ...  Government thinks that parents, given the choice, would rather be working than with their children.
Category = Politics
bernardgaynor.com.au
"Promoting childcare is unproductive insanity
",
by Bernard Gaynor, 22-July-2014
Did this (government) report just note that caring for children was unproductive because it took women out of the workforce?
Well, yes, it did. It stated that productivity is lost when grandmothers look after their grandchildren. Obviously, it must also then be unproductive if mothers look after their children too. And going by that logic, the most productive state possible would be one in which no one cared for children and all the adults were at work, being ‘productive’. There’s no need for childcare workers at all.

Category = Economics, Politics

 

 

 

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