Many parents enroll their infants and young children, usually when they're one through five, in infant and preschool education programs. These programs are usually developed by trained educators. Preschools often provide formal classroom learning, are run by professional school administrators, and have small enough class sizes, so teachers can work individually with children. Many preschools utilize set curriculum, contain classroom rules, and test children to determine what they've learned.
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