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In 2010, Little Kings & Queens had 4 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Arizona average is 21 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Students Per Teacher (2010)
Little Kings & Queens Reviews
ATTENTION PARENTS FOR INFANTS 0-12 MONTH.... I would NOT recommend taking your babies to this childcare if you intend on keeping your job... I have a 7 month old baby that is cutting her 1st set of teeth, of course one of the side effects of teething is diarrhea. Monday I get a call that she needs to be picked up because she had a diarrhea (as all childcares work if a child needs to be picked up they cannot attend the following day, so she will not be able to attend Tuesday) this is fine I take her to the doctor the following day to make sure she is ok & not sick the doctor confirms that she is fine & that she is just teething she is clear to attend childcare, he also said that this childcare probably does not want to deal with a teething baby. I take her back Wednesday again she needs to be picked up after 1 diarrhea (not able to attend Thursday either), I take her back to daycare Friday again I get called to pick her up because she has 1 diarrhea, the following Monday same thing she needs to be picked up for a diarrhea (missing work again Tuesday), Wednesday I get a call that she needs to be picked up for the same reason (would need to miss work Thursday as well). Well this most resent Wednesday I am on the other side of town stuck in an important business meeting unable to leave right away plus the drive takes time as well I told her that I would come pick her up as soon as I am finished, I get a voicemail 2 hours later (usually I can pick her up right away) stating if I am not there within the next 30 minutes she will be calling CPS on me! Keep in mind my child is Not sick, cleared by the doctor & for this Almost 2 Weeks of Missed childcare days due to teething I still had to pay $320 to the daycare for the time that my child was not there... (Edited for content by Education.com staff.)
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