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The Study of Nonprofit Kindergartens on Publicprivate Partnership
In response to the serious low birth rate problem in the country, the government plans to improve the amount of public daycare service and create a friendly education in order to encourage young parents to have children. In consideration of the limited fiscal burden of the government and the international development trends, the government wants to establish non-profit kindergartens through public private partnership. Commissioned by the government and handled by non-profit organizations, the core values of this education system is to promote four aspects, namely equality and respect, professional integration, community interaction and public-private partnership. In addition to establishing a complete education and day care service, the government also wants to protect the rights and interests of children in receiving quality education, while providing parents with good quality, affordable and secure educational services. Moreover, the policy ensures that the educational staff have legal and reasonable working conditions and emphasizes the importance of family and community interaction. The government hopes to achieve the purpose of the whole system in which parents, children, staff and community all benefit from this. However, the effectiveness of these policies are not as well as expected. This study aims to summarize the conditions of the effectiveness of the policy in public sectors and non-profit organizations , the difficulties that they face and their impact. The resulting data were analyzed through surveying the government and non-profit organizations working together in public-private partnership models, other related laws and regulations, records of meetings and literary resources and also through interviews with staff working in these institutions. The conclusions and recommendations of this study can be used as a reference for the development of the future directions.
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