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In which of the following ways do the Montessori organizations differ from the other accrediting groups you learned about in your study unit? A. Your facility must be evaluated by an
accreditation committee. B. You must be a member of the organization before you can be accredited. C. You must use their specially designed Montessori materials. D. You must submit to an on-site visit by the Montessori organization.
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User: In which of the following ways do the Montessori organizations differ from the other accrediting groups you learned about in your study unit? A. Your facility must be evaluated by an accreditation committee. B. You must be a member of the organization before you can be accredited. C. You must use their specially designed Montessori materials. D. You must submit to an on-site visit by the Montessori organization.

Weegy: C. You must submit to an on-site visit by the Montessori organization.
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User: Which of the following is not one of the specific criteria for renewing a CDA credential? A. Documented proof of current membership in a national or local early childhood professional organization B. Documented proof of a current Red Cross or other agency Pediatric First Aid Certificate C. Documented proof of past employment at a child care facility D. Documented proof of working with children for at least 80 hours within the past year

Weegy: D. documented proof of current membership in a national or local early childhood professional organization.
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User: To obtain a credential from _______, it's acceptable to have received your training through independent study. A. the Child Development Associate training program B. your State Department of Education C. the Association Montessori Internationale D. the American Montessori Society





Weegy: B. your State Department of Education
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User: According to most state licensing regulations, the minimum average required outdoor play space per child in a child care center is between _______ square feet. A. 25 and 45 B. 45 and 60 C. 60 and 75 D. 30 and 45

Weegy: B. 45 and 60
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According to most state licensing regulations, the minimum average required outdoor play space per child in a child care center is between 60 and 75 square feet.

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