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question I'm concerned that the Montessori environment is too unstructured for my child. He's very active and has a short attention span.

Montessori environments offer its students freedom within very clear limits appropriate for that particular age group, encouraging both activity and concentration. Respecting the specific developmental needs of individual students, Montessori environments are remarkably sensitive to different learning styles yet promote focus, purposeful activity and advancement in each and every child.

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2. What additional costs other than tuition fees do I have to consider when budgeting for a school year in a private school (Grade 1)?
3. Why donations are mandatory for some (or maybe all) private schools?
4. What factors are considered when ranking private schools?
5. How do the professional qualifications of a private school teacher differ from those of a public school teacher?
6. Are the private schools' students also required to be tested by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO)? If not, then, how do private schools are evaluated in terms of students' knowledge and competencies, and the quality of education provided?

1. How does the private school curriculum differ from that of a public school?

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