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영유아보육이 아동의 정신건강에 미치는 영향 : 국내 영유아보육 정책의 실태와 전망Influence of Early Childhood Care and Education on Children’s Mental Health (I)- Status and Prospects of Child Care and Education Policies of Korea -

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Influence of Early Childhood Care and Education on Children’s Mental Health (I)- Status and Prospects of Child Care and Education Policies of Korea -
Authors
반건호홍민하이연정곽영숙정유숙이소영김봉석손석한정운선양재원방수영황준원오소영한재현이종원
Issue Date
2013
Publisher
대한소아청소년 정신의학회
Keywords
유치원· 어린이집· 누리과정· 정신건강.; Kindergarten; Child Care Center; Nuri Curriculum; Mental Health.
Citation
소아 청소년 정신의학, v.24, no.1, pp.3 - 12
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KCI
Journal Title
소아 청소년 정신의학
Volume
24
Number
1
Start Page
3
End Page
12
URI
https://scholarworks.korea.ac.kr/kumedicine/handle/2020.sw.kumedicine/34971
ISSN
1225-729X
Abstract
Most preschool children in Korea attend kindergarten (KG) or a child care center (CCC). CCCs, which focus on caring for the child, belong to the ministry of health and welfare. On the other hand, KGs are responsible for education, and belong to the ministry of education, science and technology. In order to resolve the decline in population due to low birthrates, the government is expanding the free child care and education policies. CCCs and KGs are combined together to form the ‘NURI curriculum’ and supporting funds have been increased in both governmental departments. In addition, economic support is provided for homeschooling households. Because this is a nationwide policy and applies to every single household, thorough preparation regarding the effect and side effects must be made. This policy is currently being implemented, and as child and adolescent psychiatrists, great consideration should be given to the influence on the population. Therefore, the Korean Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry intends to investigate the effects and problems of the nationwide policy by analyzing the current condition of Korea’s free child care and education and foreign policies. In the current paper, we reviewed the developmental process of Korea’s free child care and education policy, as well as suggested future directions.
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