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Only 13% of public daycare institutions and nurseries have received the “good quality” mark

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A study made by VIVE (National Institute for Welfare) and EVA (Evaluation Institute) of almost 200 public daycare institutions and nurseries shows that 38% of the institutions are “unsatisfactory”. What problems have been identified? 

  • helping children to bond with other children; joining social communities; not enough different games and activities to motivate them; helping children play outside.
  • play is not prioritized sufficiently; 70% of the physical surroundings at day care institutions are “poor”; 
  • There are 11,000 educators who have chosen to find a job in a different field; The parents association (FOLA) demands that the government find a solution to motivate them to return. 
Narcis George Matache
Narcis George Matachehttp://www.narcis.dk
Executive Editor and Founder of "Last Week in Denmark".

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