Which of the following, if true, provides the best justification for the Consumer Advocate's position? A. Happy Smiles Daycare has two rooms, one for children 1-2 years old and another for those 2-3 years old, both of which have a child to caregiver ratio of 5:1. B. Kenton School, which has fewer than 100 students and a legitimate child-to-caregiver ratio of 6:1, provides approximately equal-sized classes for each year up to age 6, though the classes for those over 3 have a child-to-caregiver ratio more than double that of the other classes. C. The number of students enrolled in Happy Smiles Daycare remains relatively fixed throughout the year. D. Tiny Tots Daycare, which boasts a 4:1 child-to-caregiver ratio, includes any adults who are in a classroom throughout the day. E. Looming budget cuts indicate that Happy Smiles Daycare may not be able to sustain such a low child-to-caregiver ratio in coming years.