Bavaria: Abi starts soon – Bavaria

Fabia Klein says she is already angry. In the past two years, a Nuremberg High School graduate has seen pretty much all the ups and downs of an education system aboard a roller coaster. Homeschooling, sharing lessons, quarantine. Now the final end of a nerve-wracking high school career is nearing. Next Wednesday, like 35,000 others … Read more

School in Bavaria: Teachers have been waiting for their salaries for months – Bavaria

“If something like this happens in the private sector, then the employer will have a big problem,” says Hendrik Schödel. Schödel, president of the Bavarian Teachers’ Union in Upper Franconia (BLLV), is certainly right. But even with the Free State being your employer, it’s not a good idea to start a job in September and … Read more

More and more new students without a high school diploma

Lecture hall at the University of Cologne 43 percent of students with a high school diploma have not only completed an apprenticeship, but a business, craft, or technical degree as well. (Photo: dpa) Berlin The number of students without a matriculation certificate has quadrupled in 20 years: today there are already 66,000 who have been … Read more

A new challenge: Ukrainian children and German schools. – Opinion

They’re stories the network loves, and you’ll find plenty of them there. Stories of children who have fled Ukraine, who are sitting on their laptops in their German accommodation and taught online from Berlin, Munich or Erfurt via their Ukrainian learning platform. Everyone immediately understands the message of these stories: In the midst of a … Read more