A Study on the Environmental Status of Child Care Facilities and Child Care Teachers in Seoul Based on Big Data

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Dong-Jin Shin, Jeong-Joon Kim


In 2018, the number of babies born fell to the lowest level in 40 years, and according to statistics from the Ministry of Education, the preschool enrollment rate of infants aged 3 to 5 who are subject to kindergarten education is half as of 2016. As of February 2016, Seoul, which has the fiercest competition for admission, had an average competition rate of 4.8 to 1, and the average waiting rate exceeded 62. The competition rate for private companies is 2 to 1 and the waiting list is 19 during the same period. Day care centers are more serious. According to the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the number of people waiting to enter national and public daycare centers as of June last year was about 282,000. Compared to 179,000 children attending daycare centers, the waiting rate is more than 157%. Therefore, in order to understand the relationship between childcare facilities and childcare teachers, this paper aims to analyze the ratio of daycare center quota and childcare teachers to the number of children born annually by dividing into 25 districts in Seoul using big data analysis solutions R and storage and pig.

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