A boom in early learning centers is aiding parents who want to get their kids on the first rung of the learning ladder.
A parent takes his child to experience robotics and programming. (Photo: China Daily)
With improving living conditions, the Chinese parents are paying increasing attention to early-stage formative education for their children.
None of them want their offspring to get left behind on the starting line of education.
China has seen a rise in the number of daycare and early education options available to young parents－many of whom work long hours and struggle to find time to satisfy their children's needs in learning, exploring and socializing.
As such, facilities have sprung up to meet this booming demand. Earlier this year, the State Council and the National Health Commission each issued guidance to encourage and standardize those early education service providers, ensuring that all children to get off to a good start.