An investigation into the abysmal state of child care in the United States:

“All too often, it takes an incident to force a closure. Last November, for instance, DFPS closed a center after a caregiver left a nine-month-old infant alone on a changing table without a belt. The baby fell onto a concrete floor, sustaining a serious skull injury. In addition to the caregiver, DFPS cited the director for failing to ‘contact the parents the next day when a “mushy” bump was observed on the infant’s head.’ I asked McGinnis how many of the area’s providers she’d trust with her own child. She answered promptly: ‘Twenty percent.’”