The Full Day Kindergarten Program

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Description The full-day kindergarten program was introduced in September 2010, with a plan for full implementation in all elementary schools across the province by September 2014. However, full-day kindergarten has not been rolled out completely now. Some important documents used to ensure and improve the implementation of full-day kindergarten from 2010 to 2013. A lot of supporting documents are related to early learning. In 2010, some legislative changes happened under Bill 242 and they mentioned that “The Full Day Early Learning Statute Law Amendment Act, 2010”, was passed in the Legislature on April 27, 2010. Another important change is that the ministry of education provided regulations and regulatory changes to support full-day kindergarten early learning kindergarten on August 18, 2010. Furthermore, during 2011, assistant of deputy minister provided the plan for full-day early learning kindergarten program from 2012 to 2014. Over 2011, there are more improvement and changes of instructional environment of full-day kindergarten. In 2012, the requirement of full-day kindergarten is that schools need to organize classed to average size of 26. This requirement can help each kid who participates in external programs get equity opportunities to train their learning skills in a more comfortable environment. In 2013, the fund of full-day early leaning kindergarten program would be fully integrated into Grants Student Needs (GSN) and year 2013 will be the last year of use
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