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So many? I'd figured (thanks RJ!) that it wasn't a 1:1 ratio but thought with 2s (please tell me LJ is not already older than that) and under it was a max of 3:1. So figuring babies would be a lower ratio and older children higher I'd settled on an average of 3 kids per employee (to include management/admin/sickness/training/etc).Babies (under 1 year) are 4:1.Over 1 year (and we are at 17 months) is 8:1 I think, and once it gets to the big kids' ages (10 and 8 I KNOW ALREADY CRAZY RIGHT?!) the ratio is much higher....think of how many kids are in a classroom per teacher!All of that is at a center: an in home provider can have 4 non-related-to them children full time in their care, in addition to their own children.His sitter was a stay-at-home mom. That equation is what worked best for them financially due to childcare costs...so the money I was giving her they used for "extras".impolite
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