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Preschool/ Daycare Advice
The difference between preschools and daycares has become increasingly blurred. There is now a lot of similarities in programing, structure, and childcare. Many preschools mirror play based learning typical of daycares. Vice versa, daycares now offer more educational structure. Throw Pre-K into the mix, and it can get even more confusing - especially in Park Slope where early child care centers line the city’s blocks.
Here, PSP breaks it down...
In the age of coronavirus, the needle on best practices is constantly moving, turning decisions like choosing a daycare into a complex cost-benefit analysis. Information is the best defense against all that worry and uncertainty, so we’ve compiled some PSP member experiences and some questions to ask your daycare or preschool so that you and your family can proceed with confidence.
Dear PSP Members,
There have been a few situations in the past weeks that warrant us posting information that you should be aware of regarding Daycares and Preschools.
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