For many parents a tough choice that they will have to make for their children is which local preschools would offer them the greatest opportunities for their children while at the same time always ensuring their overall safety. In some cases there are parents who do not ask the right questions when looking at local preschools often resulting in their children not having as good of an experience as they could have. To avoid this kind of situation requires that you ask all local preschools that you are looking at some basic questions such as: What are their qualifications: Every state has its own guidelines for child care givers and helpers. While this is obviously a good thing, you have to do a little more in depth questioning to find out what their qualifications are. Studies show that those children who attend local preschools where the child care givers and the teachers helpers have advanced degrees translate into improved results for the children when they attend school. This means that you can give your children a head start on their education by sending them to a local preschool that has care givers and teaching assistants with advanced degrees. What you want to do is ask the primary care giver and teachers assistants what kind of education or training that they have beyond the state requirements. This will help you decide if a particular preschool is right for your child.