Shijiazhuang: subsidizing early Childhood Care fees to enhance people's sense of access to Preschool Education
Xinhua News Agency, Shijiazhuang, 7 Nov (Reporter Wang Kun) the reporter learned from the Shijiazhuang Municipal Bureau of Education that Shijiazhuang City subsidizes child care fees and adopts the method of subsidizing funds for children's family care fees by stages, so as to effectively reduce the burden on families. At the same time, reward and supplement high-quality universal benefit garden, take promotion awards and high-quality park support and other measures to encourage high-quality private parks to join the ranks of inclusive, enhance the people's sense of access to preschool education.
In recent years, Shijiazhuang City has taken active innovative service measures to support inclusive private parks while vigorously developing public parks, and to speed up the construction of a pre-school public service system for public welfare and inclusion, guided by the expansion of high-quality and inclusive resources. Efforts should be made to realize the transformation from "extensive coverage and basic protection" to "excellent structure and quality".
Zhao Lifen, deputy director of the Shijiazhuang Municipal Bureau of Education, said that Shijiazhuang has adopted the measure of "high-quality garden rewards and child care families" to encourage all localities to allocate teaching aids, improve the conditions for running gardens, and purchase security services. To provide better services to the public. At present, families in Puhui Park in the main urban area of Shijiazhuang can receive a monthly subsidy of 250 yuan to 300 yuan in education fees, and 50 yuan to 100 yuan in other counties and cities.
At the same time, Shijiazhuang has also actively paid attention to the poor groups, and on the basis of implementing the existing national preschool education funding system, has innovated and added a universal benefit park funding system for children with financial difficulties, orphans and disabled children. It is used to reduce the cost of care and meals for such children, demonstrate the care for special children, and reflect the fairness of education.