In Moscow, kindergartens will accept children from the age of two years and two months, said the mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin on August 24 at an open teachers’ council.
The mayor noted that 40-50 buildings are built in the city every year for educational purposes.“This allows us this year to admit children to kindergartens from two years and two months,” Sobyanin said.
This standard has already been introduced in kindergartens in 110 metropolitan areas since August 24. In the future, it will be extended to all remaining areas.
Earlier, Sobyanin, during the teachers’ council, proposed to abolish the mandatory wearing of masks for teachers in Moscow schools.
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