Is enrollment in episcopal schools and early childhood education programs growing?

is enrollment in episcopal schools and early childhood education programs growing?

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I believe enrollment is much higher now than in former generations. I feel it came about because of both parents having to work and as a result early outside care and schools took on the obligation and filled that need.

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