This sounds to me like something you need to trust your own judgment on. Call your local elementary school, social service agencies, and churches and make a list of the programs they tell you about. Then call those programs and ask what license they have and what credentials their teachers have. Ask what kind of schedule the children follow to make sure the schedule includes both structured and unstructured activities. Observe a class in progress, and try to talk to some of the parents if you can. Then when you have chosen a program, plan to volunteer a little time in the classroom. That way you can see firsthand what your child is experiencing. An involved parent is a child's best insurance for a great educational experience.
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