When deciding on a child’s education, every parent wants to know about the best options out there. Five-year-olds in the United States were enrolled at pre-primary institutions at a rate of 87% in 2015. Make sure you have done the research to choose the best care for your child.
A private preschool can boast benefits like more direct care, a more inviting atmosphere, and separation from older students. Private schools can also give parents the ability to be more involved in the decision-making processes, as they are paying for instruction.
The best private preschools will make sure that every student attending has an equal chance at performing well in the future.
Public preschools have larger class sizes and promote socialization in that way. If you want a public school in your child’s future this is a good way to start them on that track. Public preschool is also a more affordable option. There may only be public or private preschools in your area, which is another factor to consider. Speak with the instructors at all schools to make a good decision about where to start your child’s education.