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This proposal has provide an additional incentive to "take advantage of the advantages of previous education." This is an incentive for parents who are hesitating, and good news for parents of three-year-olds who may not have enough places in kindergartens. The more six-year-olds leave the institutions, the more directors will be able to accept younger children.
But is that really a good idea?
A spokesman for the mayor of Opole emphasizes benefits of sending your child to school early. He points out that six-year-olds at school are doing great and developing better than their peers. However, he immediately adds that this draft is not to conflict with the amendment to the law that entered into force, which restores the parent's choice - whether to send a child to school at the age of 6 or 7 years. The president emphasizes that "he is not a subversive."
These are not all changes. The president plans further - he wants an assistant to work in each group of six-year-olds who would help the child adapt, support everyday problems, provide advice.
What do you think? 1000 zlotys for parents who send a six-year-old to school is a good idea? Is it worth introducing it all over Poland? Or is it a form of bribery and an attempt to solve the problem of lack of places in kindergartens in a strange way?