Germany needs innovative ideas in education: start in kindergarten!

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Our author Frank Henry, former spokesman of SAT.1 and adviser to the Prime Minister's Office of Luxembourg, has pointed out in a post on the divergence of claim and reality in the German education system. An example from Sweden shows that you have to tackle the problem much earlier.

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Germany: Bildungsmisere instead of Bildungsortort

On the one hand, the place of education in Germany should be kept up; on the other hand, the universities with 160.000 are more than overwhelmed by additional study beginners. Leaders are the bachelor's graduates who no longer find a place to study for a Master.

In total, 5 billions of euros have been made available to remedy the misery - so Heinrich predicts. And at the same time he knows that it is not just about money: in his text he also raises the question of whether the funds were even used adequately.

The problem starts much earlier

This is exactly where the rabbit could be in the pepper. And the problem doesn't just affect universities, it starts with early childhood childcare. Word has gotten around how important early childhood education is for further life and learning.

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From August 2013 a childcare place is to be available for every child from the first year of life. It is still not clear in Germany how to organize and finance this.

Learning from the Swedes

Now, a delegation from German ministries, country parties, youth offices, county and town councils traveled to Sweden at the invitation of the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce. They want to learn how to create a good care offer with innovative ideas.

The funny one Article by Sabine Grüneberg in the Süddeutschen offers better than any study an insight, on which the German education system as a whole falls ill.

The good ideas are missing

In addition to the funds, there is simply a lack of good, innovative, sometimes even extraordinary ideas. Perhaps the Germans are getting in the way of overregulation here too. Or simply the child-hostile mentality.

In her article Grüneberg describes at least very successful and humorous the astonishment of the German guests, for example about the lunchtime sleeping places on the terrace and the mobile kindergarten in the bus - and the incomprehension of the Swedes with questions about parking licenses and residents complaints.

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The problem applies to the whole education

The problem can easily be transferred to the entire education system right up to the higher education sector - there too the good ideas are lacking to turn the educational misery into a real educational location.

In order to return to Frank Heinrich, he proposed that the problem be solved, the economy should be boosted and the number of study places increased. I think we have to start much earlier. The Scandinavians, who are always at the forefront of the Pisa study, are showing us how to do it successfully.

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  1. Jonas

    The education system in Germany is already very old. And even more serious is that it is so much in the individual federal states so gaping. Only in the last few days did I have to say to Merkel that this is not a federal problem, but a country problem. One should touch the problems and not move them. Let's hope for improvement.

    • Simone Janson

      I agree with you: Unfortunately, the priorities are rather unfavorable.

  2. Frank Henry

    Hello Mrs. Janson, so that no false impression arises, I share your opinion. And the article of Süddeutschen I read with a lot of pleasure! Best regards from Hamburg Frank Heinrich

    • Simone Janson

      Hi Mr. Heinrich, I did not want to contradict. It just fit so well to your contribution to the educational miseries.

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