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World is enough for the catching program to compensate for the Corona deficits?

14:00  18 may  2021
14:00  18 may  2021 Source:   ksta.de

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Due to the Corona Pandemic , schools remained closing for months. The lessons at home could not keep up with the promotion at school, so that between students of a year large gaps have arisen. More and more children and adolescents therefore turn out on online tutoring, with which they work up the learning material in cooperation with a tutor and an individual plan. The Federal Government now wants to cushion the far-reaching consequences of school closures and has decided to invest two billion euros in a catch-up program. However, this criticized by students, parents and teachers.

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Heinz-Peter Meidinger, the President of the German Teacher Association, was pessimistic: he adopted the package adopted by the Bundestag. The sum invested is too low to achieve the planned goal. The Minister of Education Anja Karliczek believes that about 25 percent of all students have a learning deficit. It advocates to determine the exact extent with the help of learning survivions.

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The catch program should benefit in two parts of children and adolescents: support and tutoring programs are sponsored with a billion euros. The second billion flows into social projects with which families, children and adolescents are supported to mitigate the consequences of the crisis. The sums should be available next year.

criticism at catch-up program

How exactly the programs are to be designed is not yet known. This means that students and parents can not yet assess whether the funding opportunities for the individual learning stand will be sufficient. Even a mere provision of financial resources can only be the beginning - these must be used in the right places and be invested in teachers and learning material. Implementation has been developed so far; When to be expected with her is also unclear.

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In the meantime, the worry of the parents and teachers grow over the increasing educational gaps and differences between individual students. In particular, needy families that lack electronic hardware are often waiting for loan laptops. In some cases you can not get at all.

The private tutoring sector rushes to Help

While the state education system is struggling with its deficiencies due to the continuing underfinance, private tutoring will enjoy growing popularity. Although the offers before Corona often used only as a supplement to regular school lessons, they now fulfill a basic function for the appropriation of the substance for many students.

The large offer for online tuition is not only on a technical stand, from which most schools can only dream. Added to this is that the material is divided into small units, which students can acquire after their own pace. In doing so, they promote the persistent concentration and put thick textbooks in the shadow.

can be used online tuition comfortably via a laptop or a tablet. This ensures that there is no health risk due to human contact. Incidentally, this saves travel costs and the time that would otherwise be spent in means of transport.

students benefiting from individual promotion can choose individual lessons that are exactly adapted to the needs of the learner. In this way problems are recognized and addressed specifically - a procedure that is often not possible in a regular school class.

Thanks to free trial hours, students can snuffish without obligation in offers and convince themselves both from the structure of learning and the chosen teacher. Together with it a tuition plan is created, which is tailored to the knowledge of the learner.

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