In Two-Child China, Legislators Look to End Shortages of Child Care, Preschools
Delegates to this year’s two big political meetings in the Chinese capital are urging the central government to spend more on preschool education and child care facilities to address a supply crunch amid a nationwide push for young parents to have a second child.
A proposal by the Central Committee of China’s Association for Promoting Democracy — one of the eight minor parties that work under the ruling Communist Party — warned about the lack of skilled teachers and the poor teaching quality, sanitation and safety issues in Chinese kindergartens (preschools) and nurseries.
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