Memorandum of Policy Approach for Pre-School Education Development
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The shortage of pre-school education supply is a significant problem, and the Universal Two-Child Policy in 2016 made the imbalance of supply and demand worse. The first wave of baby boomers starts to exert influence to boost the need for pre-school education. Facing the increasing need in the future, the Department of Education needs a deliberated plan to achieve the objective of the Third Action Plan for Pre-school Education. This proposal discusses three implementations to increase the supply of pre-school education, including additional investment in rural areas, building surveillance systems, and providing tax credits for eligible parents. With the proposed plan, the three-year kindergarten enrollment rate will reach 80%, and the one-year kindergarten enrollment rate will reach 95% in 2025.