VPK criticized remarks of the Hessian Minister President Roland Koch to savings in the child day-care Berlin. The Federal Association of private carrier-free children, youth and social welfare (VPK) criticized the recent statements of the Hessian Minister President Roland Koch (CDU) to savings on the children’s day care and calls on the Federal Government to the rights governed by the child support act on a day care place for to hold under three. From the current financial crisis may not be worn on the back of the families, which are strongly dependent on their care under three-year children. The successful reconciliation of family and professional life, as well as the early promotion of infants – especially from socially disadvantaged families – must have priority. Savings in the expansion of care are unacceptable from the perspective of the VPK and must be averted rather urgently. “The Federal Government faces economic crisis, Greece crisis, euro crisis – currently unprecedented in this form Challenges.
The financial pots are empty and the battle for the last available financial resources has begun long ago. And yet: priorities must be set. Savings in the education and care of the younger ones are the wrong way”, so Hermann Haji, the Vice President of the VPK. “If these important investments of general crisis victim should fall, the Federal Government makes clear one again: you have not seen first always the importance of early childhood education, and she do not seriously the needs of families and single parents in our country second”, so rabbit foot. “Early investments in our children’s education worthwhile and have a long-term, positive impact on the economy. Studies have shown this for years. Same is true for the positive impact on employers and employees, if they can rely on a reliable childcare.” In the child support Act (KifoG), which entered into force on January 1, 2009, he was Right to a day care place for authentic regulated under three.