# early childhood education

which one of these factors is most likely to determine the total number of children you can take into your facility
(a)physical space available
(b)childreds need
(c)staff members skills
(d)program philosophy

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3. I agree. While each staff member skills, and childrens needs will dictate how many kids can be nested with each staffmember, for the overall facility, the space available is likely to dictate the overall population.

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