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50th Birthday Gifts for Women

The days of living our lives are marked by how well we live and the number of experiences we have collected through the life. A lot of time the experience counts more than the age. There are different milestone birthday’s in the life that makes us revisit life in a certain…

Birthday Celebration Ideas - 6 Things To Do On Your Birthday

Birthdays are a very special occasion that one should bring in with innovative and unique ways that make it a memorable affair throughout your life. Although it is said that we should live each day fully, for birthday’s, you should go beyond full and live it in a…

Travel Safely in Style

Do you like traveling! It can be your biggest hobby or it's just your work that requires you to travel from time to time. Traveling is enjoyable when you are rest assured of your safety, and what is the best way to be safe than being insured, you can be easily covered with…

Five Characteristics of High-Quality Preschool

When my son turned two-and-half, I started looking at preschools. I had a great experience in preschool, which I credit with igniting my love of learning, so naturally, I wanted to share that love with my son. I thought, I had found the perfect preschool. The school was small. It seemed nice, and friends recommended it.

But ultimately, when I went looking for preschool, I was just fumbling in the dark. What makes a good preschool? I didn’t know. I looked up a little bit of advice, but none of it seemed particularly helpful.

I certainly didn’t know what the research said.

Luckily for us, the Duke Center for Child and Family Policy and the Brookings Institute just published a promising new report about the nature of preschool in the US. Their over all main conclusion – public preschool helps provide children a boost for kindergarten (read more about a summary and policy suggestions on NPR).

But it is one area within the report that intrigued me the most and that was: The Characteristics in Pre-Kindergarten Programs that Drive Positive Outcomes. This doesn’t necessarily equate “good” in terms of preschools, but I suspect that most of us want positive outcomes for our children.

So, if you are looking for positive outcomes in preschool, what should you look for?

Find out the five characteristics at Mommy-PhD.com!

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