Kita voucher clause about 40% non-german kids

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Hi,

 

I recently received the Kita voucher. One of the pages has the line as shown in the attached image.

 

I guess the line mentions the special staff when the Kita has 40% non-german (speaking?) children. I wanted to have more information about this clause.

 

We have recently moved to Germany with our 3-year-old daughter and do not speak German yet.

 

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It just means that the extra costs will be provided to kita for language teachers if in the group there are more than 40% non native kids. 

 

Machine translated. Paragarap

§ 17
Additional specialist staff for the promotion of children of
non-German language of origin in day care centers
with an above-average proportion of these children

If the proportion of children whose language of origin is not German is at least 40 per cent in a day care center (above-average proportion within the meaning of Section 11 Paragraph 2 No. 3 Letter b of the Child Day Promotion Act), we will support the targeted linguistic promotion of children, parental work and intercultural work Raising additional professionals. In these institutions, each child of non-German language of origin is assigned a staff allowance of 0.017 positions. Foreign children and immigrant children who were admitted before the year 2000/2001 are considered children of non-German language of origin.

 

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11 hours ago, vivanco said:

Foreign children and immigrant children who were admitted before the year 2000/2001 are considered children of non-German language of origin.

Will those still need a Kita-place?:lol:

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