In every family, there comes a time when parents will need to decide whether they should enroll their child in a preschool, nursery, or other early childhood education program. Sometimes this is a necessity, especially for working parents. Sometimes it is just one of many options available, including potentially keeping a child at home or hiring outside help like a nanny. In either case, every parent wants to know: What is best for my child?
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OUTSTANDING QUAKER EDUCATION FOR A CHANGING WORLD
Most young children today will start their education in either a nursery program or preschool before kindergarten. These early childhood education programs offer myriad benefits that will lay the foundation for a great education.
Topics: Lower School
You want the best for your child—so what should you be looking for when you visit a nursery school? So much goes into a family’s final decision: Teachers, program, facilities, transportation, and cost, just to name a few.
Barring extraordinary circumstances, no parent would pick a school without visiting. It is important to have a sense of what is important before you visit, and to make sure you ask a consistent set of questions and make a consistent set of observations.
Topics: Nursery School