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9 Things To Consider When Choosing A Preschool

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9 Things To Consider When Choosing A Preschool

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Do tons of research on your potential preschool: That means checking out local parenting magazines, the Internet, and word-of-mouth recommendations. Ask for referrals from other families; most people won’t recommend a place unless they’re truly pleased with it. If your child attends daycare, the caregivers may have suggestions for you.  When choosing a preschool, make a list of choices based on your basic criteria such as distance from your home or work, and their availability. From there, here are 6 factors that many parents think about before choosing the best preschool for their child.

Accredited

Find out whether the school’s accredited (it should be) and whether it has clear regulations; a good one should have consistent rules that it makes clear to parents so they know what to expect. Public schools have state and district requirements, but private preschools or daycare centers are able to aquire accreditation through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) or the National Association of Independent Schools; ask if your school is accredited.

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