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Ecotot: Organic Education

Parents have hopped on the green bandwagon — buying local, recycling and composting.

But, now a teacher in New York is taking it one step further with organic education.

According to New York Magazine:

A new organic preschool, Le Petit Paradis, is accepting students for the fall. Located in a former shoe store on Third Avenue near 93rd Street, the school is currently being redone with environmentally friendly wall paints, bamboo floors, and low-flow toilets. Even the puzzles will be made of wood, not plastic.

To learn the specifics,

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And, Eco-friendly enrollment has an equally green price tag — $12,995 per student. Founded by Christina Houri, the school will be a French immersion program that combines Montessori and developmental-interactive techniques.

Would you prefer a green learning environment for your child?
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