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日期:2024-04-02 15:49:48

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Private preschool teachers struggle to earn living due to pandemic

Private preschool teachers struggle to earn living due to pandemic

Kindergarten schools dissolved

Trần Thanh Hà, the owner of TK Bé Yêu Private Kindergarten School, said she has had to sell all her equipment and dissolve her school.

Hà said she has run out of money and can not continue paying over VNĐ 四0 million ($ 一, 七 七0) each month to hire the infrastructure for the school.

“I had to borrow money from the bank to maintain the school over the past months,” she said.

The debt she owes to the bank is in the hundreds of millions of đồng.

"I can't afford more,"大众she said.

“There is no way to make money to maintain the school anymore. I cried a lot when I decided to close the school that I established  一 三 years ago,” she said.

Trần Thị Dâu is the owner of two private kindergarten schools in Biên Hòa City, Đồng Nai Province. She said she has had to find many ways to make money to maintain the schools.

“I run an online shop that sells candies, foods and school supplies to earn money,” she said.

“I have tried hard to maintain the schools, however, if the schools will not be open in the next two months, I will have to dissolve one of them. I can’t bear any more,” she said.

Data from the Ministry of Education shows that  九 五. 二 per cent of private preschool education institutions have had no revenue for at least six months, leading to  八 一. 六 per cent of schools not being able to pay salaries for their teachers.

Minister Nguyễn Kim Sơn said private preschool education institutions are currently responsible for educating  二 二. 三 per cent of preschool-age children.

It is estimated that  九0, 五00 employees are working in private institutions at more than  一 九,000 facilities across the country. 

However, due to the pandemic, many private preschools have been closed, leading to a lot of teachers moving on to other jobs. This risks leaving  一. 二 million children of preschool age with no place to study, he said.

“This is not a small number,” he said.

Solutions

Deputy Minister Nguyễn Thị Minh said the education ministry has worked with the other ministries and sectors to propose solutions to the Government to remove difficulties for teachers and private preschools.

The ministry has already proposed policies that maintain jobs and support managers and teachers at private preschools, she said.

Private preschool teachers struggle to earn living due to pandemic

Preferential credit policies should also be issued to private preschools so that they can repair facilities and purchase teaching equipment to resume their operations, she said.

Statistics from the ministry reveal that there are about  一 一, 二 一0 private preschools that need credit support policies to resume operations, she said.

Sơn said the ministry has also proposed a package of VNĐ 八00 billion (US$ 三 五. 三 million) to help private preschools recover their operations after the pandemic.

Đỗ Chí Nghĩa, a standing member of the Nation Assembly's Co妹妹ittee for Culture, Education, Youth and Adolescents, said the Government, the education ministry and other ministries have issued policies to support teachers of private preschools.

Private preschool teachers struggle to earn living due to pandemic

Hà, the owner of TK Bé Yêu Private Kindergarten School, said, “This is really good news for teachers and private preschool owners.”

Hà hopes that the Government will soon approve these policies so that the support packages can be used to restore school operations and teachers can continue with their vocation. — VNS