“The economic burden is heavy”, “No one takes children”, “Bringing up children is too troublesome”… Lin Yong, a representative of the National People’s Congress and a professor at South China Normal University, suggested that through vigorous development of 0~3 year-old infant care services, kindergarten education can be fully integrated into the country The scope of compulsory education can alleviate the worries of family education and raising children.
Mi Bao entered the kindergarten when he was 8 months old, and has now graduated from the kindergarten. 1. Full support for the development of full-time kindergartens at the age of 0 to 3 years old. This must be Professor Lin’s suggestion, praise! Many parents feel this way. After giving birth, if they insist on taking care of their own children, they will face the pressure to return to the workplace. Moreover, the general pregnancy leave and maternity leave do not exceed 6 months in total. Therefore, new parents will have to choose to resign, leave without pay (this is a good company policy) and so on. Of course, this will bring about some new problems: after resignation, the family income has dropped sharply; on the other hand, the sharp increase in the cost of raising children is a very important family decision for many families. If there are full-time childcare institutions that provide 6 months to 3 years of age, even childcare institutions for 1-3 years old, then it is definitely a benefit for these families. 2. One of the supporting problems that need to be solved: The time period for enrolling in the nursery takes into account many double-employees in families. The working hours of adults are generally from 9 to 5, so childcare institutions can open a time slot: 7 am to 6 pm, so that, The problem of picking up and dropping off children in part of families can be realized; and teachers can be divided into morning and evening classes. Of course, try not to take your child from the earliest to the latest. After all, young children need the company of their parents. But this at least provides many families with more choices. Third, the second problem that needs to be solved: the supervision of qualified managers and teachers. We all know that the younger the child, the more the adult needs to take care of it. Before they can fully express themselves, not only the teacher needs to understand the psychological and physical characteristics of the corresponding age group, but also the personnel and hardware facilities of the kindergarten institution. For example, the younger the child, the fewer children a teacher can take, because every baby needs the teacher’s great energy, such as feeding, warming milk, changing diapers, etc.; in addition, the diaper changing table is used to train children to use Children’s toilets in the toilet, young toys, and a space for young children to play alone. We occasionally see some negative news about kindergartens, so government supervision is very important. 4. The third problem that needs to be solved: the government’s support for such low-age infant care institutions requires a lot of manpower, financial and material resources. If the government can get support, then it will be for the society, the family, and the children themselves. They are all things that benefit all.