Private kindergartens fear funding changes could be their end

Ljubljana, 19 January - The Education Ministry is drafting changes to kindergarten legislation which private kindergartens fear could lead to their abolishment because most parents could not afford to pay a full monthly price without public co-funding. Slovenia has an expansive network of public kindergartens and only 6% of kids go to private ones.

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