I know that when my son starts kindergarten, he will be fully ready to go and perhaps even ahead of some of his peers because of this preschool and that's due to the sacrifices that we're making now towards his education. I wouldn't trade this experience for anything and I just wish that more kids had the same opportunities my sons have been able to have.
Preschool is expense!
Every month it is this ongoing back and forth between which bill to get put off so we can afford to keep our youngest son in his preschool class. And if we somehow get behind on the preschool tuition, we have to beg and plead with the director of the program to take partial payments so our son won't lose out on what is arguably the best part of his day. He's in Pre-K but he's already learning spelling, sentence construction, math, and reading concepts and these things wouldn't be possible without the quality preschool. And quality preschools cost money because they need to be able to attract the best teachers. The kind of teachers who are able to teach kids math, spelling, reading, at an age appropriate level.