Professionalism and freedom - the government's proposal to a better public school
One of the world's most expensive schools must also become one of the world's best. Government presents a primary school initiative with seven ambitious targets for primary schools and 19 concrete actions to achieve them.
The government has since 2001 had a strong focus on school. The results are also improving, but among other things, the latest PISA results have shown that we need at least one gear up in educational policy. Therefore, the government has prepared a primary school initiative with seven ambitious goals. Education Minister Tina Nedergaard emphasizes the need for a strong effort to increase professionalism and freedom, and the government will continue efforts to ensure that one of the world's most expensive schools is one of the world's best. It requires that public school ambition is raised, and that the results improved. "Our children are the future of Denmark and the children and the future is shaped largely in the Danish school. Therefore, we must make a good Danish primary school even better. We need a school where children learn to read, to count, and the full range of people other school subjects. professionalism must be high, and each child must be challenged as far as ability goes. the children's curiosity and curiosity must be stimulated all the way through primary school. the children must meet a school where they thrive where there is bullying, and where they develop their personality and learn to work together. PISA results have shown that there is still much to do. Hence, the need for a reform of elementary school, where professionalism and freedom are the pillars, "says Tina Nedergaard. Seven goals is to ensure that the students who this summer began in school, is in the top five in the world when they leave school in 2020. 1. All children must be able to read by the end of 2nd grade 2. The pupils now in 9th grade, the future could be in 8th grade 3. Fewer pupils are in special classes and special schools 4. future teachers must be recruited from among the best students 5. Tuition must be based on knowledge, not in the habit 6. students parents and school boards must be more involved in developing school 7. Clear objectives and transparency of results, reducing the need to control in detail. The government's new school proposal contains a total of 19 specific initiatives to achieve the objectives. The initiatives are based fundamentally on the careful preparation of the school's flying squad and the government's 360 degrees' examination of primary school. Source: Ministry of Education