After more than 30 years of research on how children develop well, I would not think of putting an infant or toddler of my own into any substitute-care program on a full-time basis, especially a center-based program.
That's not a quote you're going to find in the Jenks Public Schools "Early Learning Center" handbook. Though, on the bright side, you will find assurances that Jenks students are placed on their backs so as to avoid Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
|A six-week old "problem solver"|
Almost? No, the Jenks Public Schools will gladly enroll your six-week-old scholar in an "education" program (6:30 AM to 6:00 PM if you like) whose "curriculum" encourages "language enrichment" and "problem solving." Jenks schoolteachers also strongly emphasize "the development of language skills (which is probably why they assure parents they are careful to wipe the students' gums with a clean washcloth after feeding).