An admissions agreement must be seen as much more than a basic sign-up sheet for enrolling their children in a school or childcare facility. Even the most minimal of agreements provide basics such as days and time of operation and the fees charged, but an agreement can and should be a comprehensive document that governs the relationship between the school and parents in the widest possible range of common scenarios. Without a comprehensive admission agreement that clarifies these rights, roles and responsibilities, the provider leaves herself open to legal disputes over money, child safety and the scope of agreement itself.
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