Saturday, November 7, 2015
Pol wants to grade day care centers
How safe is your child's day care? It may get a little easier to find out.
A report released Thursday looked at nearly 2,300 group day care centers across the city for the past three years.
It's just the tip of the iceberg to a much larger problem: Kids are the ones that are in danger.
The report found more than 18,000 violations across the city since 2013.
Hundreds of day care centers are repeat offenders and still open for business.
State Senator Jeff Klein proposed legislation that would create letter grade system for city day cares, the same as how New York restaurants are graded with signs.
The senator showed video where day care officials repeatedly lied to undercover parents about having a good track record– when in truth they didn't.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:39 AM
Labels: children, day care center, jeff klein
How about we institute a grade letter system to monitor our politicians?
Excellent idea, so lets do it Crappy!
"How about we institute a grade letter system to monitor our politicians?"...Excellent idea. I'm going into the " F" printing business.
New bureaucrats, a new agency, new employees, new support staff, and of course MORE GRAFT!
The ever growing leviathan of an overreaching government.
"The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground." - Thomas Jefferson
Another BILLION DOLLAR BOONDOGGLE...
they should be subjected to "LIE DETECTOR TEST "prior to the elections ?
Various groups grade pols on their particular issues all the time. You can do the same. You might even say this blog does every day already.
And you still reelect them...
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