How to Pick a Preschool

Van Vleet, Carmella
February 2003
Parenting;Feb2003, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p148
Presents information on the factors to be considered in choosing a preschool for children in the U.S. Curriculum; Teachers; Teacher/student ratio.


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