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What Daycare Workers Say -- page 11


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E-mail to this site from Holly
"your website"
I am one of the rare people who actually had a BS in Early Childhood Development when I worked in Day care. I started at a University daycare while in college and after graduation moved on to a State Accredited day care. I realized soon after graduation that all my classes brainwashed me. I was fed how wonderful day cares were day-in and day-out for 4 years.

I worked only 4 hours at a time while in school so I didn't see the REAL side of day care. Upon graduation I got my own "classroom" of 11 kids. I was supposed to prepare lesson plans for 2-year-olds -- how absurd.

I tried my best to treat the children like I would want mine treated but it wasn't the same.
I was depressed at my inability to make a difference...
The directors of the center cared only about appearances and money. We were lucky when we got breaks.

When I got pregnant I stayed until I had my daughter and then sent them a resignation letter while on maternity leave. It would have cost me money to work there and have my child with me (my employee discount was $10.) I wouldn't be able to see my child during the day to nurse because "it could disrupt her routine." I have never looked back. I have been against day-cares ever since.
Category = Caregiver, Quality

E-mail to this site from Angela
I am a daycare worker and I have seen and heard some of the most disgusting things ever!
Being in daycare for three years and worked for two centers, I have come to this assumption; "They are all the same....MONEY!!!!"

Some kids are singled out, labeled, and talked about... (clothes, hair, parents...etc.)
Some workers are there for just a paycheck and not caring about the kids at all.
If only the parents could be a fly on the wall at some centers and see what goes on they would be very upset.
Category = Caregiver, Quality
E-mail from Dena,
"Nice to see somebody speaking the truth!"


I used to work in a few different daycares, changing mostly because I didn't like the practices...  I actually got my degree in early (childhood) education.
Now, being a stay-at-home mom of 3 kids I realized ahead of time I could never drop my kids off to those places just to see them get treated like a number instead of an individual...
...Thanks for a great, truthful website.
Category = Caregiver, Quality
E-mail to this site from a home daycare provider,
"Like your site"
Hi  I am an in home day care provider. 
I totally agree with you......
Before I had my daughter I loved kids who weren't mine, but now that I am a mother it's changed and I agree with you... 
...Anyway, I agree with your site and wanted you to know as a provider I am phasing out of this 'business'.  It truly is an empire. It needs to end!
Category = Caregiver, Economics


What Daycare Workers Say -- page 11


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Last Updated March 08, 2009

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