Parents are naturally deeply invested in the education of their children, since a child’s education may unlock his or her future. When a child is old enough to start attending school, or when a family moves to a new community or city, the parents in the family will look for age-appropriate schools for their children and consider their options carefully. A nursery school, or a preschool, is a fine choice for a three to five year old child. Meanwhile, progressive schools cover most of a child’s education all the way through their senior year of high school, and progressive schools and private schools may offer some advantages that regular public schools do not. Why might parents consider sending their children to these progressive schools or private high schools?
Sending Your Child to Preschool
Unlike a K-12 education, going to preschool is not mandatory for American children but it may offer some key advantages to any young child who attends them. This option is popular am Continue reading
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You may have thought before you began having children that looking into private nursery schools was something that you’d never do. Looking into private schools before your children ever reached the age of schooling sounds like a silly thing to do. However, in the best interests of your children perhaps it is time to rethink those thoughts and begin looking into a school now, prior to your children ever reaching the age where choosing between private and public schools are truly an option for your little ones.
In the fall of 2018, 56.6 million children were enrolled in elementary and secondary schools. Of those 56.6 million students, 5.9 million were enrolled in private schools. For years, these two educations have been widely discussed and argued over as to which is the better education for our youth to grow up with. While public schooling may be an option for all children, it is private schools that may just give your children the extra boost that they need to truly excel in sch Continue reading
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