Choosing a preschool used to be a fairly simple matter. Options were few. Most parents worried more about convenience and cost than curriculum and brain development. Find a school close to home, hang your child's artwork on the refrigerator every night, and hope for the best.
Preschools are big business now and the market is booming in Denver. Today's parents are concerned about safety, the early-learning environment, the long-term effect of computers and video games, and a host of other variables that make shoosing a preschool more like rocket science than child's play. How can parents decide which is the best place for their chldren to begin their academic journey?