200,000 more places, is that possible?

Emanuel Macron, in the campaign, was committed to it. The Prime Minister wants to do so. In her general policy statement, Elizabeth Bourne took home her desire to create “An Actual Public Service for Early Childhood” To provide “200,000 Missing Reception” For children under 3 years old.

Betting is not insignificant at a time when birth rates are declining: Young parents want to be able to rely on childcare modes before conceiving, which has been proven in a series of studies. Gold “Despite the significant amount of money, this is not the case today.” Investing in the sector, recalls sociologist Julien Damon.

Will it be possible to achieve it in five years? Representatives from the sector expressed skepticism, although they welcomed the volunteerism displayed. “It would be a lie to say that it will see the light of day in the coming months; It will take a few years. “ Elizabeth Lethier, president of the Early Childhood Commission of the Association of Mayors of France, has been warned.

Administrative Milifuel

Dealing with the field of early childhood is actually putting thousands of skills back on track. Today, local authorities only have optional skills in this area. Result: They occupy it more or less according to their financial status. “We need to have more limited arrangements than we have today. We know that despite the most modest populations and the least affluent regions having access to aid, supply remains very uneven, depending on the region. ” Michelle Villak, head of the High Council for Childhood and Age (HCFEA), has been promoted.

“The organization is pushing between the department responsible for approval on the one hand and the financing CAF and mayors on the other. In order to make progress in the reception system, it is necessary to create a compulsory skill with a clear leader ”, Julien Damon adds.

Another aspect of the problem: human resources, as illustrated by a report released by the National Family Allowance Fund (Cnaf) on Monday, July 11th. The observation is interesting: in big cities like Paris, Lyon, but also in Guyana, professionals are absent, sometimes forcing institutions to close their doors, contrary to the promises of successive governments. All in all, “48.6% of joint crচches report staff shortages for childrenThe organization wrote. 9,512 posts were permanently closed or evicted due to recruitment issues. A

“Not enough space in competition”

This issue is not new, however, underlining Julie Marty-Pichen of the National Federation of Early Childhood Educators (FONJE): “Over the years, training companies have not opened up enough space for competition. A After all, young people who leave training come into the structure “There’s a gap between what they’ve learned – good treatment, listening, child monitoring – and there’s a gap between the realities they’re discovering: tired team, less favorable than the European average.”

The same lack exists, even more acutely, among childminders, “grandmothers” who care for children in their homes. Since 2015, their numbers have been declining and it is estimated that 30% will have to retire by 2030, which is good for a real crisis, because it is, so far, the leading mode of child care in France. Corresponding to 900,000 children.

However, here, too, nothing has changed in fifteen years, with Sandra Anisko, a spokeswoman for a professional body representing them, sorry. While ways exist: aligning costs for families with nurseries, bridging and ensuring career development, fighting isolation to make these professions more attractive. “Often, PMI services, overwhelmed, do not provide adequate support to child-minders in case of difficulties with the family and they find themselves fragile, easily dismissed. We are therefore in favor of establishing a reference for each of them. A History, again, to encourage and reassure young employers.


Various measures against staff shortage

On Monday, July 11, Solidarity Minister Jean-Christophe Combe, during an early childhood sector committee, took the initiative to combat the shortage of workers in Crete.

The most controversial measure Provided that individuals who are not eligible for early childhood can apply for in-house training under the responsibility of professionals.

Two envelopes are published to promote wellness in the workplace : অর্থ 500,000 will fund “Monitoring Quality of Life in the Workplace” and সম্ভব 6 million will make it possible to set aside time for multi-faceted exchanges around the development of each child welcomed in Crete.

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