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Plan on The Development of Preschool Education in Lam Dong Province for the period of 2019 - 2025 

THE PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE  OF LAM DONG PROVINCE

SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM

Independence - Freedom - Happiness

No: 1620/KH-UBND

Lam Dong, March 25th, 2019

 

PLAN

on The Development of Preschool Education in Lam Dong Province for the period of 2019 - 2025

Implementing Decision no. 1677/QD-TTg dated December 3rd, 2018 by the Prime Minister, approving the Scheme on the development of preschool education for the period of 2018 - 2025; The People's Committee of Lam Dong Province issues the Plan on the development of preschool education for the period of 2019 - 2025 in the province with the following main contents:

I. OBJECTIVES

1. General objectives

To consolidate and develop preschool network and classes in accordance with local socio-economic conditions, aiming towards basic and comprehensive innovation of contents and methods of preschool education (PE) on the principle of ensuring uniformity, conformity, and advancement to meet children's needs of going to school, in the direction of standardization, modernization, socialization, and international integration. To diversify methods and improve the quality of child rearing, care, and education towards regional and international PE's quality standards; to strengthen, maintain, and improve the quality of PE universalization for 5-year-old children; to develop PE for children under 5 years of age; to prepare children for first grade.

2. Specific objectives

a) On scale and network of schools and classes:

To develop towards standardizing and diversifying types of PE institutions in accordance with the reality of the locality in order to mobilize resources for PE development investment, meeting children's needs of going to school. To increase the percentage of children under 3 years of age going to nurseries and children from 3-5 years old attending kindergartens.

- By 2020, there will be at least 25-30% of children of nursery age, 85-92% of kindergarten age, 100% of 5-year-old children will go to school, and the percentage of children in non-public PE institutions will account for 25-30% or more.

- By 2025, there will be at least 30-35% of children of nursery age, 90-95% of kindergarten age, and 100% of 5-year-old children who will go to school, and the percentage of children in non-public PE institutions will account for 30-35% or more.

b) On quality of child care and education:

- By 2020, 100% of preschool groups and classes will attend morning and afternoon classes under PE programs; the rate of day-boarding children who will be familiar with foreign languages will be increased; early detection and intervention for children with learning difficulties; the percentage of malnourished children will decrease by an average of 0.5% per year and the percentage of overweight and obese children will be controlled.

- To innovate methods and forms of child care and education in accordance with practical conditions. By 2020, 80% of kindergartens will be equipped with IT equipment applicable for PE, reaching 100% by 2025;

- By 2025, the rate of malnourished children will decrease by an average of 1% per year, the rate of overweight and obese children will be controlled; 100% of kindergartens will apply software in nurturing and educating children, improving the quality of preschool care.

c) On teaching staff:

- By 2020, 80% of teachers will have preschool teaching qualification of a two-year degree or higher; 80% of teachers will have good or higher standards.

- By 2025, there will be a sufficient number of preschool teachers as prescribed; 90% of teachers will have a college degree in kindergarten or higher education; 90% of teachers have good or higher standards.

d) On school facility:

- By 2020, it will be ensured to have one classroom for each class, with reinforced classroom rate of 70%, and at least 50% of kindergartens will meet national standards.

- By 2025, the rate of reinforced classrooms will reach 80%; at least 60% of kindergartens will meet national standards (of which 70% will be public preschools).

e) On educational quality accreditation:

By 2020, 100% of preschools will have completed self-assessment, of which 50% will be recognized to have met educational quality accreditation standards and by 2025, this number will reach 60%.

f) On universal preschool education:

Maintain and improve PE quality for children aged 5.

II. DUTIES AND SOLUTIONS

1. Implementing mechanisms and policies for PE development

a) Implementing PE policies as prescribed;

b) Promulgating mechanisms and policies to develop PE suitable to local practical conditions for extremely difficult areas, industrial parks, and densely populated areas;

c) Developing and completing a system of documents directing operation and management of PE quality;

d) Implementing mechanisms and policies to convert some public PE establishments into non-public ones in areas where socialization is possible;

e) Reviewing and evaluating the work regime of preschool teachers, the quota of employees working in public PE establishments.

2. Mobilizing financial resources for PE development

a) Prioritizing budget spending for PE activities within the assigned budget as decentralized;

b) Mobilizing resources, integrating funding from national target programs of building new rural areas, sustainable poverty reduction programs, and other project programs and socialization resources to invest in facilities, equipment, and toys for PE in order to ensure conditions for conducting the renewal of PE contents, programs, and methods;

c) Encouraging investment in developing non-public PE in areas where conditions permit.

3. Innovating PE management

a) Strengthening the leadership and direction of the Party committees and authorities in PE development; putting PE development goals into local socio-economic development programs;

b) Renewing the management of PE institutions; improving the autonomy and accountability of PE institutions;

c) Renewing the inspection and evaluation of education management at all levels to ensure practicality and effectiveness, avoiding superficiality, and reducing the load for preschool teachers;

d) Implementing synchronously and effectively the application of information technology in PE management and in nurturing, caring for, and educating children, ensuring consistency, objectivity, accuracy, and timeliness.

4. Promoting PE dissemination

a) Propagating and raising the awareness of Party Committees, authorities, communities, and families on the role and position of PE in the national education system and in human resource development;

b) Building an information and communication plan to disseminate basic knowledge and skills on nurturing, caring for, and educating preschool children; facilitating socio-political organizations, professional social organizations, parents, and the whole society to participate in PE development; building specialized pages and categories of PE in the media;

c) Improving the effectiveness of PE propaganda, especially the examples of teachers who have overcome difficulties and are dedicated to the profession.

5. Innovating PE content and program

a) Implementing measures to ensure conditions to perform PE programs; developing conditions and activities for kindergartens according to preschool criteria which focus on children; paying special attention to building a safe, healthy, friendly, and child-centered education environment;

b) Innovating professional activities in schools; reforming PE goals, contents, methods, and forms; applying advanced PE methods of countries in the region and the world in accordance with local practices to improve the quality of child care and education;

c) Implementing PE programs in accordance with actual regional conditions; supporting the implementation of PE programs in extremely difficult areas; strengthening professional support for private classes and groups;

d) Promoting measures to improve Vietnamese language for kindergarten students in ethnic minority areas in accordance with local conditions; getting children acquainted with foreign languages and information technology in places with favorable conditions;

e) Implementing tools and guidance materials, supporting teachers and parents on early detection and intervention for children at risk of developmental delays and children with disabilities; promoting inclusive education for children with disabilities.

6. Improving the quality of care, health, and nutrition for preschool children

a) Supporting for the prevention of malnutrition for preschool children through appropriate nutrition care regimes, combined with motor development education;

b) Replicating models of school, family, and community coordination in preschool care and education;

c) Mobilizing people's contributions, in combination with State support policies, to improve the quality of boarding meals;

d) Enhancing the dissemination of basic knowledge and skills about nurturing, caring for, and educating children for parents and community.

7. Completing the planning of school and class networks, increasing investment in PE facilities

a) Reviewing, planning, and developing school and class networks in the direction of standardization, ensuring that each district and city has a detailed plan and reserves land funds to build PE institutions in accordance with the actual situation of the locality, meeting the needs of sending children to school/kindergarten;

b) Prioritizing investment in building public PE institutions in regions with exceptionally difficult socio-economic conditions and areas of ethnic minorities; promoting solutions to develop schools and classrooms to meet the needs of caring for the children of workers and employees in industrial parks and densely populated areas;

c) Meeting the requirements of school and class reinforcement and one classroom per class, demolishing semi-permanent degraded temporary or borrowed classrooms. Investing in new construction and supplementing work items in the direction of achieving quality standards according to regulations;

d) Supplementing sufficient equipment, tools, and toys for groups and classrooms.

8. Improving the quality of PE teachers and management staff

a) Innovating the training of preschool teachers to meet the requirements of renovating PE, improving the quality of PE programs; providing training according to demand and actual situation in districts and cities; overcoming the shortage of PE teachers and management staff;

b) Implementing the Plan for training and retraining PE teachers and management staff in Lam Dong Province for the period of 2019 - 2025; developing core PE managers and teachers; fostering preschool managers and teachers to meet professional PE standards, principal standards, and standards for professional titles of preschool management staff and teachers. Focusing on fostering skills and methods of organizing child care and education activities; improving practical capacity for officials and teachers;

c) Arranging officials and teachers properly, adequately, and appropriately to meet the requirements of renovating PE according to Circular no. 06/2015/TTLT-BGDDT-BNV dated March 16th, 2015 by Inter-Ministries: Education and Training and Home Affairs, stipulating the list of job placement frameworks and the quota of employee working in public PE institutions.

9. Promoting PE socialization

a) Mobilizing socio-political organizations, mass organizations, business units, organizations, and individuals at home and abroad to participate in PE development;

b) Integrating different project programs in the same area. Having appropriate solutions to mobilize people's contributions, combining local policies with State support policies to organize semi-boarding meals, implementing school milk programs for children at schools in difficult areas;

c) Strictly implementing mechanisms and policies on socializing education, facilitating land, credit, tax, and administrative procedures for businesses, organizations, and individuals investing in the construction and building of PE establishments to meet the needs for child care and education of workers and employees in industrial parks and people in densely populated areas;

d) Issuing local-specific policies, attracting resources from organizations, individuals, and businesses involved in PE development;

e) Implementing the public-private partnership (PPP) investment mechanism to develop facilities for PE; building rental facilities with preferential fees or lending to encourage organizations and individuals to set up non-public PE establishments; facilitating land use conversion; converting some public PE establishments to non-public ones where conditions permit;

e) Encouraging socialization of the construction and development of high quality kindergartens;

f) Synchronously implement solutions to socialize education, creating an open legal corridor and investment environment to encourage and attract social resources for PE development.

10. Enhancing international cooperation and promoting scientific research in PE

a) Promoting and improving the effectiveness of international cooperation, taking advantage of investment and funding sources from international organizations and domestic and foreign non-governmental organizations to develop PE;

b) Developing and implementing a plan for cooperation, training, and retraining of PE management staff, preschool teachers, experts, and lecturers with regional and international countries;

c) Coordinating with international organizations to organize international conferences and seminars on child care and development;

d) Developing a team of PE experts, promoting scientific research on PE.

III. IMPLEMENTATION FUNDING

1. Implementation funding from sources:

- State budget: From the expenditures on education and training; integrating capital from programs and projects (national target program on new rural construction, national target program for sustainable poverty reduction, ODA projects, and government bonds) assigned by a competent authority in annual plans according to current management decentralization.

- Educational socialization capital and other lawfully mobilized capital sources.

2. The construction and implementation of financial plans for the tasks of the Plan under the provisions of the State Budget Law, the Law on Public Investment and the current regulations on medium-term public investment plans and medium-term financial plans of the State.

IV. IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE

1. Phase I (2019 - 2020): Completing the grassroots network for PE; ensuring basically sufficient teachers, classrooms, and minimum facilities to meet the needs of child care and education; continuing to implement policies for teachers and preschool children.

2. Phase II (2021 - 2025): Ensuring facilities conditions; improving the quality of childcare education, towards an advanced level in the region and in the world. Implementing the new PE program to replace the current one.

V. IMPLEMENTATION ORGANIZATION

1. Department of Education and Training

a) Host and coordinate closely with relevant departments, agencies and localities to direct and guide the construction and implementation of detailed and specific programs to implement the Plan; propagate and raise awareness about PE to social forces and organizations and people to participate in PE development;

b) Direct Pedagogical College of Da Lat to renovate training and retraining activities to meet comprehensive fundamental renovation; train to enhance standards and train new teachers; ensure that by 2020 there will be enough preschool teachers as prescribed. Increase the proportion of ethnic minority teachers; retrain to raise the quality of ethnic minority teachers;

c) Coordinate with the Department of Planning and Investment to develop programs and projects for investment in PE development;

d) Coordinate with the Department of Finance and Department of Home Affairs to formulate payroll plans and policies for preschool staff and teachers;

e) Develop a plan for teacher training and retraining and direct the implementation; direct and guide professional skills;

f) Inspect, monitor, evaluate, and summarize the results of the Plan’s implementation, and periodically report to the Ministry of Education and Training and the People's Committee of the province as prescribed.

2. Department of Planning and Investment

a) Host and coordinate with relevant departments, units, and agencies to tally and balance the investment capital for PE development from programs and projects approved by competent authorities;

b) Collaborate with the Department of Education and Training to mobilize domestic and foreign organizations and individuals to sponsor and invest in building facilities for PE and establish non-public preschools.

3. Department of Finance

a) Host and coordinate with relevant departments, units, and agencies to submit to competent authorities the balance of non-business funding for implementation in association with national target programs, target programs, and relevant approved schemes;

b) Coordinate with the Department of Education and Training to guide funding estimation and allocation; manage, use, and settle funding for the implementation of the Plan according to the provisions of the law.

4. Department of Home Affairs

a) Coordinate with the Department of Education and Training in researching, amending, supplementing, and submitting to the competent agencies the mechanisms and policies for PE teachers and managers;

b) Host and coordinate with the Department of Education and Training in directing and guiding localities to tally and report data and advise the People's Committee of the province in allocating payroll targets to localities as prescribed;

5. Department of Health

a) Host the development and implementation of vaccination and prevention programs for children; coordinate with the Department of Education and Training to develop and complete the programs and service of health, health care, and nutrition integrated with preschool teacher training in the province;

b) Coordinate with the Department of Education and Training to disseminate knowledge and skills, and provide care and education for children at home.

6. Department of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs

a) Host and coordinate with the Department of Education and Training in directing and supervising the implementation of social insurance, health insurance, and other social policies for teachers and preschool children;

b) Develop a plan to implement social policies for preschool children, carry out surveys and prepare statistics on the number of children in the province to fully and promptly address policies for social policy beneficiaries and children with disabilities;

c) Coordinate with the Department of Education and Training, relevant departments, agencies, and localities to carry out communication and social mobilization to participate in PE development.

7. Department of Information and Communications

Coordinate with the Department of Education and Training to propagate and raise awareness about PE work for social forces and organizations and people to participate in PE development.

8. The Province’s Ethnic Committee

Coordinate with the Department of Education and Training to study specific mechanisms and policies on PE development for ethnic minority children to ensure the objectives of the Plan; inspect, supervise, and evaluate the implementation situation in ethnic minority and mountainous areas.

9. People's Committees of districts and cities

a) Develop programs and plans to concretize the objectives, tasks, and solutions of this Plan to direct and implement them;

b) Review and finalize the planning of school and classroom networks, build PE institutions and plans for teacher training, mobilize preschool children to go to school in the area, in accordance with socio-economic conditions of the locality; review and arrange the school district reasonably; ensure favorable conditions for people to bring their children to school and in accordance with local practical conditions; convert a number of public PE establishments into non-public ones in areas where they can be socialized;

c) Direct the investment in facilities, equipment, tools, and toys to serve PE programs; have preferential policies to develop PE in the locality; ensure budget allocation for PE in accordance with regulations;

d) Review and fully implement the regimes and policies for teachers in different types of PE establishments in the area in accordance with State regulations; arrange enough pre-school teachers in public PE establishments according to regulations;

e) Direct public PE establishments to build and complete projects on job placement and staff structure according to their professional titles and submit them to competent authorities for approval;

f) Fully and effectively implement mechanisms and policies to encourage socialization of PE; remove difficulties and obstacles in terms of procedures for investors to participate in developing kindergartens;

g) Maintain stability and ensure the target of mobilizing preschool children to go to class according to the plan and targets assigned annually.

10. Proposals to the province's Labor Union

Coordinate with the Department of Education and Training, relevant departments, and agencies to continue surveying the need to open nursery and kindergarten classes in industrial parks; participate in assessing and summarizing the results of implementation of the Plan with regard to contents related to childcare groups and kindergartens in industrial parks; propose to build a management model and operation mechanism of PE establishments in union organizations under the Scheme of “Investing in building union organizations in industrial parks and export processing zones”.

11. Proposals to the province's Women's Union

Continue to promote the role of assisting in comprehensive child care and education, especially children and child groups outside of school; continue to survey the need of independent private child groups under the Project of "Support on the development of independent private child groups in industrial parks and export processing zones until 2020”.

12. Proposals to the province's Viet Nam Fatherland Front Committee, Study Promotion Association, and other organizations

Coordinate to participate in the implementation of this Plan; encourage children to attend preschools; enhance the dissemination and provide knowledge of the care, nurture and education of children to each family./.

 

Recipients:

- Standing members of the Provincial Committee and the Province People’s Council;

- Chairman and Vice Chairmen of the Province People’s Committee;

- As Section V;

- Archived: VT, VX1.

ON BEHALF OF THE PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE

ON BEHALF OF THE CHAIRMAN

VICE CHAIRMAN

 (Signed and sealed)

Phan Van Da

 

 

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