Bildungsstagnation bei abnehmender Erwerbsbevölkerung
In: List Forum Band 30
Although in an aging and shrinking society the education of the workforce becomes more and more important, in recent years the educational progress in Germany shows signs of stagnation: Germany's qualification advantage compared to other OECD countries has fallen, the shares of young adults with low qualifications have slightly risen, and studies such as PISA have identified substantial deficies of German pupils. In view of demographic and technical change, the minimum goal should be to qualify the following generations at least as good as or better than their predecessors, but concerning the low-qualified this goal ist not reached in Germany. Measures should be implemented which increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the educational system as well as the participation in higher education (in particular of immigrants). In doing so, pre-school education should be intensified, and low performers should get special offers at school and in vocational training. (Original text only available in german language)
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