Taipei to allocate about NT$200m to childcare

Helping parents: The city plans to extend its subsidy for children aged three to four who are enrolled at a private childcare centre to also include two-year-olds

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The Taipei City Government plans to budget about NT$200 million (US$6.43 million) per year on subsidies for children aged two to three who are enrolled at childcare centers, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) said yesterday.
The city’s Department of Education provides a subsidy of NT$13,660 per semester for children aged three to four who are enrolled at a private childcare center, Ko said.