Trying to maneuver your way through the preschool admissions process can be both complicated and overwhelming. Choosing the right preschool is the first educational decision you will make for your child and it is a major one. Research shows that the child’s first school experience sets a precedence for how the child will view school throughout their educational career.
This process is difficult and confusing and many parents choose preschools based on the recommendation of others. While the opinion of other parents matters each child is unique and what may be right for one child may not be for another. This seminar addresses the different schools of thought for preschools (developmentally appropriate, Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf and Cooperative), what to ask at interviews and open houses and what to look for when visiting the schools.
Please join Karina Money, M.A. to find out how to operate within the complex world of the preschool admissions process. Karina Money is the President of Right Path / New England, Boston’s premier educational consulting firm in Cambridge, MA and is the mother of a three year old son who is about to embark on his preschool journey this Fall.