Your school subject is not Penn Foster!
What are your answer choices? Which one do you think is best?
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the first step to planning a child care center is to
a. develop your program philosophy.
b. determine the nature of the need for child care facilities in your community.
c. establish goals for the children, parents, staff, and community.
d. determine which method of teaching you'll see.
I really do not know I am so frustrated please help me with these questions.
Is there a need for a child care center in your community? Suppose you started such a center and you couldn't get any children to enroll? Isn't the first thing you should do is determine if you'd have enough business to be financially successful?
I'd disagree with that answer, but see the logic behind it. I'd say it's more important to develop a philosophy. Without a philosophy, you don't really know what you're selling. If you don't know what you are selling, you do not know if there is a need in the community for it.
I just honestly think it's a poorly written question. Almost all answers can be logically argued. I would say C is almost definitely wrong.
the answer to ur question is B not C
Which of the following best describes why you need to establish goals for your program?