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Vote on Good-Kita-law this week

EUR 5.5 billion from the Federal government, freedom for the poor: The Grand coalition has agreed on a series of measures for the improvement of day-care centres. Now the Bundestag and the Bundesrat at the same time

the groups want to adopt the "Good-Kita-law" this week in the Bundestag. The draft law should then be this Friday in the Federal Council, said the Parliamentary Secretary of the Union faction in the Bundestag, Michael Grosse-Brömer (CDU).

he confirmed media reports that relied on information from SPD circles. It is yet undecided whether the Bundestag will decide on Thursday or Friday about the law.

Federal pays, countries decide

With the law to Germany's day-care centres are better for low income earners free of charge. To 2022 5.5 billion euros will flow from the Federal to the Länder.

According to the information of Grosse-Brömer Union and SPD have agreed that the countries can spend the money for the improvement of the quality as well as for a contribution to the relief of the parents. According to the information of Grosse-Brömer, the one-time payment of the amount in the period up to 2022 - about payments in addition, nothing standing to his knowledge in the compromise.

Want to support nurseries with billions from the Federal government: the Federal Minister for family Affairs, Franziska Giffey (SPD).

Giffey does not want to hoping for more and more skilled workers to attract

Federal Minister for family Affairs Franziska Giffey (SPD) from the "Good-Kita-law" only that the child care be improved, and low-income earners financially relieved. Also the compatibility of family and work should be better supported, said Giffey in rbb-info radio.

counteract the shortage of skilled workers, it must also give financial incentives: "We will start in the next year, a Skilled worker campaign of the Federal government, in order to encourage teachers and educators," said Giffey. "Who wants to attract skilled workers, decent training and working conditions. This is only possible if we abolish the school money everywhere and a training allowance."

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