As these public preschools are publicly funded, there wouldn’t be enough funding, which made the quality drop! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
Since 2019 to current day, there’d been around 1,700 preschools across the country that’s been fined, and most are, private preschools. The legislator, Wang stated, that the public preschool systems had started being in operations four years ago, and more and more of the budgets were placed in getting the systems set up and running, but, the privatized employees of the private schools, forty-percent are turning public, she’d suspected that the Department of Education wasn’t a good enough gatekeeper of qualities; the educational groups criticized, that the public preschools-to-be’s financials, the evaluations of the operations are hard to control, demanded that the Department of Education shift the focuses back to the evaluation means that centered around the quality of early childhood education in the publicly-funded systems.
In 2018, the Department of Education posed the policies of the public preschool mandates, with the government, signing a contract with the private preschools and offering the subsidiaries, the parents pay no more than $3,500N.T. per month, hoping, to elevate the quality of childcare and nurseries.
But Wang told, that a lot of the to-be public preschool employers set up the English, the talent classes, to get more money from the parents, and this was ranked number one as the cause of fines in the breaching of the laws of public childcare programs, and when the parents refused, most of the preschool programs just, place the child who didn’t participate in the programs, to another location, which doesn’t ensure the quality of daycare program provided to them.
Wang said, the public preschool programs had already filed the subsidiary support of $10.7 billion N.T.s with the government, reaching the limits of the budgets of $16 billion N.T.s that’s been written in for the public preschool programs that the government had set up, this showed, how the public preschools to-be aren’t transitioning, or that they’re actually in need of assistance, that it’d, deferred from the set up of the government’s principles.
how do we decide, as, parents??? From online
Yang that chairperson of the All-Early Childhood Education Commissions Committee pointed out, that currently the ratio of affordable daycare and the normal daycare is 6:4, that it’d matched to the parents’ expectations, that the Department of Education should STOP matching the demands, to return to the policies of centering the programs of the public childcare.
The Department of Education responded, that if the public-childcare programs-to-be’s operators had broken the laws, the local governments can take away the signed contracts. While the public preschools to be is a vital transitional point of making public childcare affordable, that there’s the need to take in the young children who are in need of most assistance, and the enrollment postings needed to get evaluated closely, that it will have the local governments to discuss, the means of making enrollment better and more fitting to the families’, needs.
Yeah so, this is, the substandards of the public school systems, and, the parents only see how CHEAP it costs, because public schools are way cheaper than private ones, and, who has the time, the energy, to provide quality care to our young children, when we are all, stressed out at work, so we looked to the government to help us out, only that the government is lacking in this, it’d posed this, ideal of providing public daycare programs, with only, limited slots, and, as parents we don’t want to pay a ton of cash (‘cuz we’re already, running SHORT on it!), to place our own young into the preschool programs, the nursery programs, because we all have to, work our asses off, to provide for our young.
The children ARE, receiving, SUBQUALITY care in these public daycare programs, and the private preschools, nurseries are, way too, expensive, so it’s still, the young babies who are getting SCREWED over!
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