I don't know who the teachers are for your kids but I think the teachers in 205b are great they do seperate by on ability and even with the different levels of skills the teachers are attentive, not only were they able to help my 5-year-old read but they were able to see things about his personality not just ability to help place him better
School with very multiracial student body did not learn about Martin Luther King before holiday, but did projects for Patriots. Nothing for President's Day.Nothing to do with level of learning - There are age appropriate books on the subjects. It is February. There have been at least 10 fund raisers for a playground that my child will never see because the school is Pre-K and kindergarten. Students are not separated according to their abilities so children who are advanced suffer because the teachers are spending so much time on children who do not even speak English. (Wouldn't it make sense to put them in a special program?) There are some that do not know their ABC's - They are in with children who are almost reading. Very frustrating for parents who can not afford private school. Whenever I think about how much my child isb
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