Time：2019-03-26 11:59:37 Author：en.gouwuwang.org Popular： Comment：0
Preschool education in Japan is free of charge
On December 28, 2018, Japanese Prime Minister Abe held a meeting to discuss the training of a new generation of welfare support. He decided to implement free pre-school education for Japanese children aged 3 to 5 in 2019. The government will bear all the expenses for officially recognized kindergartens and nursery facilities. Beneficiary families only have to pay convenience fees.
The Japanese government will invest in the "future" generation, announcing that it will launch a large-scale education subsidy program for higher education institutions in 2020, benefiting more than 900 universities and colleges nationwide. In addition, in order to rescue the declining birthrate, it is planned to introduce a full tuition exemption system for pre-school education in 2019.
The Japanese government has decided to provide free pre-school education for Japanese children aged three to five in 2019. All expenses will be borne by the government for officially recognized kindergartens and nursery facilities. Beneficiary families only need to pay convenience fees. Children enrolled in private kindergartens will receive a tuition waiver of up to 257,700 yen (about 1602 yuan).