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The trend is toward more education – but not for all

Germany Students_UNIn Germany the trend is toward more education, but migrants and socially disadvantaged people hardly benefit from it. In its presented in Berlin report “Education in Germany 2014” attracted renowned scientists a mixed conclusion of the DEVELOPMENT of recent years: the study show an “education between movement and stillness,” summarized Marcus Hasselhorn by the German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF).
By the Federal Ministry of Research and the KMK (KMK) funded report has been published since 2006 every two years under the auspices of DIPF. He calls on the basis of statistics such as the micro-census data and research progress and problems in all stages of education from kindergarten to professional and college.
Overall, the authors subjected a mixed Conclusion: Although let yourself “a trend toward more education” perceive Hasselhorn said. For example, under-three-year-old would often cared for in day care centers. The number of high school graduates had recently risen to 57 percent. However, not all social groups are “part of this dynamic”, so still growing every third child in a unemployed, at risk of poverty or uneducated parents house.
Even people with a migration background have it still more difficult. Among the 30 – to 35-year-olds, therefore, migrants have five times as likely not general and three times as likely no professional qualifications as German brunette. While the number was constant at Deutsche those without qualifications at about ten per cent, the proportion of migrants was 35 percent. Especially difficult are also in this young age group women of Turkish origin, of these, almost 60 percent of vocational qualification.
As causes for the discrimination of migrants, the researchers also suspect cultural reasons, such as when training for women is not deemed necessary. In addition, many companies would continue to have reservations against foreign applicants.
The education career is decided according to researchers at an early stage, which is why they look especially in early childhood education for action. One thing that is also the question, “how can look age-appropriate education to compensate for social disparities as early as possible”, Hasselhorn said.
Federal Research Minister Johanna Wanka (CDU) admitted that it Further efforts to better promote Weaker and people with a migration background. She pointed out at the same time that the educational level of the population as a whole is increased, inasmuch as the report was “encouraging one hand, on the other hand job”. “There is no reason to rest on our laurels,” said KMK President Sylvia Löhrmann (Green).
Skeptical researchers also assessed the decline in the number of training places for the first time this year fell below that of the students. In 2013, more than 500,000 young people participated in a study, almost twice as many as in 2000.
The decrease in the dual education system, the authors and the companies blamed: 2013 lacked the report says about 50,000 apprenticeships. It appears difficult to understand in light of the debate on the skills shortage that the training places over the previous two years had declined significantly.

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