The establishment and activities of Chung-Ang Kindergarten marked a turning point for the expansion of the kindergarten education movement in Korea, under the motto "Our independence will be accomplished by improving abilities through education performed from the root through kindergarten." Although the imperial Japan enacted regulations against kindergarten education in response to the education movement, more kindergartens, including Susong, Kyeongseong, and Taehwa, were established in Seoul, Gaeseong, and Pyeongyang.
Meanwhile, the need for kindergarten teachers grew as the number of institutions increased. In September 1922, Chung-Ang Kindergarten opened its first female teacher training school. Notably, the teacher training school offered a kindergarten teacher certificate program despite many difficult circumstances. Even under unfavorable conditions, the graduates advanced to many different provinces, including Hamheung, Hweryeong, Masan, Jeonju, Anak, Cheonan, Sariwon, and Miryang. The certificate program of Chung-Ang Kindergarten truly played an essential role in educating and training kindergarten teachers. Despite administrative difficulties, it kept its spirit of independence, with no reliance on foreign fund. By 1928, the Kindergarten Teacher Certificate Program of Chung-Ang Kindergarten had become Chung-Ang Normal School.