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synonyms for preschool

  • day care center
  • kindergarten
  • playgroup
  • pre-K
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The reopening plan calls for first bringing back students from preschool to Grade 2 and students who are vulnerable and have special needs, with other grade levels returning on a phased schedule starting in March.
7 KEY CALIFORNIA SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS BLAST GOVERNOR’S NEW SCHOOL REOPENING PLANVALERIE STRAUSSJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
My younger daughter was supposed to go back to her toddler program at the preschool.
THE MONEY WE DIDN’T SPEND IN 2020VOX STAFFDECEMBER 31, 2020VOX
Dixon, a teacher for more than two decades and the director of the preschool for two years, can relate to her students — and their parents.
THIS PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR DRIVES AN UBER SO SHE CAN BUY GIFTS FOR KIDS WHO WOULDN’T OTHERWISE HAVE CHRISTMAS PRESENTSSYDNEY PAGEDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The district, formed in 1938 in one of the county’s oldest communities, is home to just 230 students from preschool to 12th grade.
WE HAVE A TIE IN THE WARNER UNIFIED SCHOOL BOARD RACERANDY DOTINGADECEMBER 7, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The preschool teachers are now being asked to take on responsibilities requiring medical expertise, such as evaluating runny nose secretions based on thickness and color.
FAMILIES AND DAYCARES STRUGGLE TO NAVIGATE COVID RULES WITH GERMY KIDSRACHEL SCHALLOMNOVEMBER 2, 2020FORTUNE
The district hopes to begin in-person learning for preschool and certain special education students in the second quarter, which begins in November.
ILLINOIS WILL START SHARING DATA ABOUT COVID-19 OUTBREAKS IN SCHOOLSBY JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICA, AND JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNEOCTOBER 21, 2020PROPUBLICA
Over the next two decades, dentists in upstate New York and the San Francisco Bay Area led teledentistry pilot programs for underserved children, some of whom were in preschool and already had cavities.
TELEDENTISTRY IS FILLING A CAVITY LEFT BY THE PANDEMIC, BUT SOME CAUTION IT CAN’T REPLACE IN-PERSON VISITSLBELANGER225OCTOBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
Think, for example, of Bezos, whose company paid zero in federal tax in 2017 and 2018 and who is now on the cusp of opening a tuition-free preschool for underserved children called the Bezos Academy.
WRITER ANAND GIRIDHARADAS ON TECH’S BILLIONAIRES: “ARE THEY EVEN ON THE SAME TEAM AS US?”CONNIE LOIZOSSEPTEMBER 25, 2020TECHCRUNCH
She said one of the district’s preschool teachers didn’t have access to the internet so she asked her to set up an access point at her property so other community members can access the internet nearby.
RURAL DISTRICTS STILL LACK DEVICES, INTERNET ACCESS AS SCHOOL YEAR DRAWS NEARKAYLA JIMENEZAUGUST 11, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The first major ruling on this issue was in 1971, striking down an employer policy of not hiring mothers of preschool-age children, though fathers of children in that age group were welcomed.
SUPREME COURT EXPANDS WORKPLACE EQUALITY TO LGBTQ EMPLOYEES, BUT QUESTIONS REMAINLGBTQ-EDITORJUNE 17, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
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WORDS RELATED TO PRESCHOOL

  • after-school care
  • child care
  • créche
  • day nursery
  • daycare
  • infant school
  • nursery
  • nursery school
  • playschool
  • preschool
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