It is totally beyond me, why there hasn’t been some effort to officially establish small learning groups with amateur assistant teachers (and remote support from real ones). I am sure there are currently plenty of jobless parents that wouldn’t mind opening their home for a few neighbor children (lets say 3-5) and earn a bit of money for it.
This would have been easily doable and likely not a big risk in regards to virus spread. However given the extreme stubbornness of the German education professionals to keep the old system running, I suspect that they are afraid that such a system might be actually well liked and continued after the pandemic…
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Why would the parents have to pay for that? Like normal school that would be of course be paid by the government.
Discussion about Germany. Any language, citizenship, migration status, … welcome.
Fascists and kyriarchal scum raus!
[N.B.: English as lingua franca, no linguistic imperialism intended.]