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Welcome to Eduserver, your guide to education in Germany!

Eduserver, the English language version of the German Education Server, provides access and background information regarding the German education system and its international context.

Please browse the left menu bar to view thematic dossiers. You can alternatively subscribe to our English language RSS newsfeed, write to the editor , or check out “What’s new” below. In this section, we present topical issues, e.g. new thematic dossiers and documents.

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Special Needs and Inclusive Education in Germany: basic facts

You will find information on inclusive education in Germany here, a focus is placed on school education – legal framework, principles, recent developments - an international perspective

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Education at a Glance 2014: Country notes for Germany

http://www.oecd.org/edu/Germany-EAG2014-Country-Note.pdf

Central findings from the OECD publication “Education at a Glance“ for Germany, as of 2014. The data suggest that Germany has invested substantial means in education following the economic crisis, resulting in an above-average standard of achievement (e.g. participation rates for early childhood education, vocational qualifications at tertiary level). Still, equity remains an [...]  

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Education Policy Outlook Highlights: Germany

http://www.oecd.org/edu/highlightsgermany.htm

Based on findings from comparative studies such as PISA 2012, central findings and challenges to the education system are presented, e.g. coping with inequity issues, teacher qualification. 

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Financing Schools in Europe: Mechanisms, Methods and Criteria in Public Funding.

This report provides a framework for understanding the structure of funding systems of primary and general secondary education. It delivers an analysis of authority levels involved and the methods and criteria used for determining the level of resources for financing school education. It covers 27 of the 28 EU Member States as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey. [...]
 

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Can education make us happy?

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice/focus-on/Can_education_make_us_happy.php

In recent years, international organisations have developed diverse indicator-based comparisons of "well-being" and tried to grasp what ingredients determine the quality of life. While education is regarded as a key to happiness, motivation seems to be eqqually important. 

 

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