Education in China are expensive, especially the kindergartens. Apart from the school tuition, parents always have to face all different kinds of fees while the kids are already in the school.
Back in April last year, we blogged about the new regulations for Chinese kindergartens. Again, right after the New Year’s holiday, the government put kindergarten’s fees into China’s top economic planner.
"Kindergartens are prohibited from collecting sponsorships, contribution fees, school building fees, compensation fees for educational costs or other fees from parents as a precondition to enrollment, the statement said, citing a rule recently issued by the NDRC, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Finance."
As one of the biggest costs for parents, it has obviously raised concern in the country, will fees finally get cut down? Good luck to all of us.
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