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The Most Common Questions Child Care Programs Hear From Parents

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Since there are so many similarities in child care programs, there are many questions that are common across them all. If you’re a parent looking into programs for your child, here are a few of the most common questions these programs hear from parents.

How Do You Keep the Children Safe?

This question has several different layers to it. Parents want to know the steps that schools and child care programs are taking to protect their children from illness, injury, or other disasters. They might wonder about security measures or how the buildings are sanitized before and after school. This question might also cover things like hiring processes, background checks, and drills to prepare students in case of an emergency. Safety is a top priority and this question covers most concerns about it.

Why Choose This Early Childhood Program?

Parents also want to know why it is worth selecting this program. Early childhood education gives students an advantage in life. Without it, students are seen to be 25% more likely to drop out of school later. But when it comes to the options available, parents will want to know what makes this particular program better than the others. Consider things like cost, resources, and curriculum.

How Can I Contact Staff with Concerns?

Most parents want to be involved in their child’s education and care. Even when they’re not at the child care programs, they’ll want to know how to contact the staff with any concerns. This will include phone numbers and email addresses for small and complex questions. Having this information can make a parent and staffer’s job easier, so it is an important question to get an answer to.

Despite the differences in their offerings, most child care programs do have a lot of things in common. This means that they will get many of the same FAQs from parents. If you’re a parent, ask about these things in order to get all the information you need for success.

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