Integrated Preschool Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is an integrated preschool program?
An integrated preschool classroom is comprised of both children who are developing within age expectations and children who have identified special need. This need can be a delay in speech and language development, fine or gross motor skills. Children with identified disabilities are on Individual Education Programs (IEP) and require specialized services in order to access a preschool curriculum. What advantages does an integrated preschool have to offer? Integrated preschools are part of the public school system. The program is designed to meet the unique learning needs of all students. Staff is trained in all aspects of early childhood curriculum.