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Rural kindergartens also suffer from underfunding and neglect.The private sector has a very large role in providing kindergarten and day care services, having a large proportion in the market share for preschool education.During the communist era, it was influenced by the Soviet education system (especially in the 1950s), and it included political propaganda, as well as hours of compulsory physical work by school children (usually in agriculture).Throughout the 20th century, compulsory education has oscillated between 4 years, 7 years, again 4 years, 7 years, 8 years, 10 years, and again 8 years.After the 1989 revolution, compulsory education was lowered again to 8 years.The new government cited as reasons the poor quality of education, high strain on the state budget, and inflation of diplomas.Education in Romania is compulsory for 11 years (from the preparatory school year to the tenth grade).
Kindergarten services differ from one kindergarten to another, and from public (state) to private ones, and may include initiation in foreign languages (typically English, French or German), introduction in computer studies, dancing, swimming, etc.
All kindergartens provide at least one meal or one snack, some having their own kitchens and their own cooks, others opting for dedicated catering services.
Many kindergartens (especially the private ones) provide children with transportation to and from the kindergarten.
to 1 p.m., with one snack or meal), a medium schedule (typically 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m., with one snack and one meal) and a long schedule (typically 8 a.m.