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E-mail to this site from Emily G., "What Daycare Workers Say", 6-May-11 Wanted to take a minute and thank you for your website!
Parents who think they are 'helping' their toddler by preparing them for school and teaching them socialization are sadly mistaken. The toddlers spent most of their day crying, being bitten, being yelling at, and getting ignored.
Daycare workers aren't stupid. They can put on a 'show' to parents and make it seem like they are happy and interacting with the children when in reality they could care less. They know when parents are expected to arrive or are warned by phone or coworkers and scramble to change diapers, wipe noses, and cover up mistakes.
If you love your children DO NOT send them to daycare. You are mistaken and naive if you think they (the children or the staff) are happy there. I will never work in a childcare center again.
Again, thanks for the great website!
Category = Caregiver
E-mail to this site from Mellissa, "Amazed!",
14-May-11
Wow, I have to say that almost everything I read on your site, I have seen myself in the last ten years of being a caregiver!
I wish parents really would see what goes on in centers.  Just wanted to say my feelings on the issue!! Your site is great!!

Category = Caregiver
E-mail to this site from Susie N., "I just quit my job at a preschool",
27-May-11
I just quit my job at a preschool (daycare). We had kids with behavioral issues, yet our ratio was the same as for normal kids. We never spent quality time with the kids because we were constantly making sure they were not killing each other or doing something unsafe. Because misbehavior feeds off each other we spent the majority of the day correcting misbehavior. Some of the sweet kids got picked on by other kids, like punched in the face and actually bleeding...
Category = Caregiver
E-mail to this site from Lisa W., "Worked in Daycare: Horrified by Experience",
4-Jun-11
...before I worked as a lead teacher in one of the nation's premier commercial daycare/preschool centers, I was a huge proponent of preschool. I am a credentialed teacher...
I took a job offered to me at one of the best reviewed/distinguished preschool/daycares in the country.  My experience at this preschool/daycare was one of the worst experiences of my life...
Most of these big corporate preschools are run by money hungry owners, who will skip on every thing they possibly can, including sanitary supplies. This commercial daycare center grossly misrepresented everything from what curriculum was taught, what food was served during the day, and teacher credentials...
I regularly witnessed administrators lying to potential clients when touring the school. I also witnessed many events in which the school was negligent on actual safety procedures. These institutions will do anything they can to not report incidents to the state or to parents, so as not to be fined by the state licensing body or receive bad reviews. The school I worked at looked like a wonderful place to leave your child. However all the posted calendars of activities, menus, monthly curriculum guides, and daily sheets posted were all lies.

Teachers sign confidentiality agreements when hired and are not allowed to speak with parents about any issues without director approval. It hurt my heart not to be able to warn parents of the lies they were told daily.
 I wish all parents could know of the dangers that they place their children in when attending daycare/preschool centers. What the center looks like on the surface, is not what actual happens under the surface.
If a parent notices a high turn-over rate in a daycare/preschool, it should be a huge red-flag warning. Teachers cannot talk about the behind the scenes happenings. All they can do is quit the job and file complaints with the state licensing agency. I will be filing my complaints later this week.

I am so glad that there is a great website like yours to warn parents of daycare/preschool dangers. I just wish more educators and parents knew about the horrible conditions, at even the best preschools. I would never, ever, ever leave my child in the care of one of these centers after seeing what actually goes on behind the scenes. The owners and administrators were like used car salesman/women when parents were present. When parents weren't there they were totally different, horrible people.
Category = Caregiver
E-mail to this site from Pamela H., 20-Jun-11 As a future ex-employee of a daycare center I agree 100% with your site. ...they are herding (many) toddlers into one room with 2 teachers...It's pitiful...I will do what I can to advertise your site.
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