Swedish daycare is VERY costly at $27,000/yr/child age 1-5 and very undemocratic. (broken link)

Swedish response to Globe and Mail article praising Swedish daycare system (broken link): Swedish daycare is VERY costly at $27,000/yr/child age 1-5 and very undemocratic. TAXES to pay for it are so high that almost no parents cannot afford to…

Funding for parental child care vs daycare in Sweden, Finland, Norway

Finland has the largest cash benefit for parental care and lowest use of daycare, and also has the best outcomes in the world for high school academic results on OECD PISA tests. Read about the different Nordic funding schemes in…

UK Daily Mail article featuring Kids First Swedish Colleague

Mar 17, 2013: UK Daily Mail article featuring Kids First Swedish colleague, Jonas Himmelstrand, Long days at nursery or with childminders 'raising a generation of school tearaways'. Research says that bad behaviour is linked to hours spent without parents. Jonas…

“Gender equity” style parenting resulted in more mental health problems for kids

March 2012: Study published in International Journal for Equity in Health of "gender equity" parenting (both parents spending equal amounts of time at jobs and doing child care) in Sweden finds children have more mental health problems with gender equal…