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Choosing a Preschool Where Your Child Will Thrive

Teri Sperry, Alt Ed Austin

Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (CST)

Choosing a Preschool Where Your Child Will Thrive

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Individual Feb 23, 2020 $35.00 $0.00
Couple Feb 23, 2020 $50.00 $0.00

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An Alt Ed Austin Workshop, hosted by Toybrary Austin

 

A great experience in early education helps create a foundation for lifelong learning. But how do you know which preschool—or which educational approach—will best provide this for your young learner?

Our workshop, facilitated by Alt Ed Austin founder and local school expert Teri Sperry, will empower you to find preschool programs where your child will thrive. In this interactive, small-group discussion, you will:

  • clarify your family’s early education goals and priorities
  • compare different preschool models and approaches
  • get tips for preparing for school visits and interviews
  • have a chance to ask questions about particular preschools
  • gain confidence in your ability to make sound educational choices for your child

Space is limited, so register now to ensure your spot!

 

Child care provided by Toybrary Austin for $10 per child, paid separately onsite.

 

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Have questions about Choosing a Preschool Where Your Child Will Thrive? Contact Teri Sperry, Alt Ed Austin

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Toybrary Austin
2001 Justin Lane
Austin, TX 78757

Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (CST)


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Teri Sperry, Alt Ed Austin

Teri Sperry, M.A., is an independent educational consultant and founder of Alt Ed Austin, an online resource center and blog for parents looking for educational alternatives in and around Austin, Texas. In addition to helping parents find the right fit for their kids through private consultations and group workshops, her work includes observing and writing about local schools; keeping up with the latest developments in education through scholarly literature, journalism, and conferences; and maintaining strong lines of communication with teachers and administrators at schools throughout Greater Austin.

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