Avoiding The Day Care Nightmare

Good centers can help kids flourish. Here's how to find them

When Ed Sager pulled his son, Ian, out of one day-care center and enrolled him in another, the Ballston Spa (N.Y.) resident was amazed at the difference the move made. Almost immediately, the toddler's vocabulary exploded, and his concentration improved. "He loved to talk about the things he did during the day, whereas at the previous place, you had to hammer it out of him," Sager says.

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