Log#4 Pre-schools

Log#4 Pre-schools - Log # 4 Schooling for Three and Four...

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Log # 4 Schooling for Three and Four Year-Olds Group Members: -Ruth Taylor -Angela Norman -Durriyyah Hasan --Should public schools provide early childhood education to all three and four-year-olds in their district? As I review my pros and cons of adding an extra grade, I find that my internal debate is almost completely one-sided. I’ll first start off with the few reasons that I could come up with that would make an early start to school beneficial. Although most children already interact with others their age, starting school earlier would guarantee the fact that their social skills would somehow improve. Making it a law for parents to send their children to school at three and four would be favorable to help out in lower class society. Schools are obligated to do things like regulate nutrition in meals served there, and earlier intervention would happen, well earlier. Additionally parents are more reassured that their child would be getting a more appropriate education vs. daycare because the standards and curriculums schools have to meet.
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2008 for the course EDU 201 taught by Professor Iforget during the Fall '07 term at Philadelphia.

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Log#4 Pre-schools - Log # 4 Schooling for Three and Four...

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