Delaynie M. Minnesota

Reduce the Price of Child care

Child cares pricing should be reduced

Dear next president,

One thing that should be thought of is child care. Child care should cost less for children to attend. Some parents aren’t capable to support their child to go to school so the children that can go to child care don’t get as much learning as they need. If it cost less more children can get the education they deserve.

Being a nanny gives me a lot of insight. Being a nanny is the same thing as being a child care provider but you don’t have as many kids to take care of. I don’t think child care should cost as much as it does now. There are some parents out there that have a low income so they can’t always afford the payment but if it was lowered it could possibly help them just a little more.

Residential child-care facilities to get rate increase had a quote “With the change, Level IV rates in private child-caring agencies are increasing from $175.87 per day to $183. Level V rates are increasing from $218.99 per day to $236.60.” The payment shouldn’t be going up, it should be going down. According to Child Care Now Costs More Than in-State College Tuition “The average cost of full-time daycare for kids up to the age of 4 has reached $9,589 a year, according to a new report from the think tank New America, that now tops the average cost of in-state college tuition, which runs about $9,410.”

In conclusion the payment of the child care should be lowered a reasonable amount.


Delaynie M