Who belongs to the children, really? Themselves, in the first place. Their parents in the other hand. Some people are trying to also get it that they are for society. For in no other way can you not understand it when miljöpartisten and the former mayor Nils Karlsson suggests that the preschool should be compulsory for all children from two years of age (Today's society 1/2).
He is talking about tvååringarnas the ”right” to at least 30 hours a week at the preschool. And he justifies it with that in this way we can prevent malicious hederskulturnormer from eating in these children's lives.
Enough, you can be led to believe that therefore it is about the opposite: that society should try to be for kids, especially when some of the children. But this falls just on the compulsory.
The vast majority of two-year-olds don't want to be away from their parents during the greater part of their waking time.
A love enough for long days at the preschool. Another part of the feel is certainly better there than with his family, because their family in one way or another is harmful for them. For the majority, however, it is not so. The vast majority of two-year-olds don't want to be away from their parents during the greater part of their waking time. Let us be honest with this.
And let's be honest about what the kindergarten is: child care was invented that parents would be able to have a professional career. First, later joined this institution from being a pure storage to be filled with content, with meaning, with pedagogical approaches. The children became individuals in their own right, and at the preschool, they would evolve and learn about life.
it is a stressful period for both the children themselves and their loved ones.
The small is just beginning to discover the world, and oscillates between being independent and puffed up and small and puny. Therefore, they need extra, very quiet and security around him. Their needs of the fixed points in life, parents and siblings, is particularly large.
Children of this age have not need to spend six hours a day in the nursery, away from home and parents. It may need to be so yet, for that life looks like, because there are other things to take into consideration: The need to work and pull in money. But it is not in the interests of children talking when you advocate this. It should be clear to us.
other than that, more needs to be done for the vulnerable children from the tender age, and also for those who come up in school, and that obviously can be oppressed even though they spend ever so much time outside the home.
But the mandatory long förskoledagar for two-year-olds, for that society really should get inculcating their supposedly healthier values in these small citizens? No, thank you.