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School, education and training in the German Democratic Republic.
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Education in the Federal Republic of Germany 4. Education in the German Democratic Republic 5. Teachers and Teaching in the Two Germanys Part 2: The Collapse and Its Aftermath 6. The Crisis and Collapse of East Germany and Its Schools 7. Creativity in East German Schooling Part 3: The Unification of the Two Germanys 8. Education in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) = Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) School Leaving Certificate (Abitur) page1 School .
Education in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) was a high priority for the communist government, and was compulsory for 10 years from age six onwards. There were state run crèches, kindergartens, polytechnic schools, extended secondary schools, vocational training and universities. Government involvement in public school physical education in Canada and the German Democratic Republic, to a sociological comparison. Physical education in Canada and the G.D.R. Author / Creator Zechetmayr, Monika. Subjects / Keywords. Sports--Social aspects--Canada; Physical education and training--Study and teaching--Germany (East)Cited by: 1.
Germany - Germany - Formation of the German Democratic Republic: When it became clear that a West German government would be established, a so-called election for a People’s Congress was held in the Soviet occupation zone in May But instead of choosing among candidates, voters were allowed only the choice of approving or rejecting—usually in less-than-secret circumstances—“unity. In the resolution On Textbooks for Primary and Secondary Schools of Feb. 12, , the Central Committee of the ACP(B) rejected such textbooks and authorized the People’s Commissariat of Education of the RSFSR and the OGIZ (Association of State Book and Magazine Publishing Houses) to publish standarized school textbooks.
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book German Democratic Republic. [Berlin]: Staatsverlag der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Germany (East) OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm. Series Title.
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Learning Democracy: Education Reform in West Germany, (Monographs in German History) the book tells us something about democratic education as such.
By looking at Cited by: 7. The German education and training system has been the subject of considerable attention from other nations, and has often been seen as a model for other systems.
In the Federal Republic, responsibility for educational matters is devolved to the state parliaments, giving the system a degree of autonomy which does not exist in countries with centralised education systems.
These five papers describe the educational system of the German Democratic Republic (GDR). An introduction by Derek Marsh overviews the climate for and aims of education in the GDR.
"A Brief Introduction to the GDR" (Jean Finlayson) summarizes the economic background, standard of living, role of women, politics, religion, sports and culture, health care, and education.
Get this from a library. Vocational education and training in the German Democratic Republic. [Further Education Staff College (Bristol, England);]. Focusing on adult education in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), this book is part of the series on adult education in : Karl-Heinz Fleischhauer, Gerhard Pogodda.
Education in Germany. Since the unification of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic with the Unification Treaty ofthe school system reform has been a core issue in education.
In the / school year, the differentiated secondary school system of western Germany was adopted by the five eastern Lander (states). School uniforms were also a taboo in the former German Democratic Republic (for the same reason) but in order to “strike the balance” between Germany’s cruel past and the political idea of communism, the government of the GDR made sure that equality was, at.
The German Democratic Republic (East Germany) started its own standardized education system in the s. The East German equivalent of both primary and secondary schools was the Polytechnic Secondary School (Polytechnische Oberschule), which all students attended for 10 years, from the ages of.
In the Soviet occupation zone the German Democratic Republic (GDR) was established in October Therefore, after the Second World Education and educational policy in Germany M. Beutner and R. Pechuel and colleges and additional institutions for education and training.
Special school facilities in the health system were also offered Cited by: 1. Education in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) was a high priority for the communist government, and was compulsory for 10 years from age six onwards.
There were state run crèches, kindergartens, polytechnic schools, extended secondary schools, vocational training and.
Originally published in This study of the integration of East and West German education following the collapse of the German Democratic Republic in focuses on policy formation and implementation during this period of great social and political by: The Educational Structure of the German School System The German system of education adheres to the structures developed in the West (Western Germany) since The unification contract between the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) and the German Democratic Republic File Size: KB.
Concentrating on the post-war German scene, this timely book examines the interrelationship of educational and social developments in Germany from to the present ing new insights into German history and challenging traditionally-held opinions about Germany, education and society, the author questions, for example, whether Germany Cited by: Republic of Germany in which, in particular, returned the school system to the competence of the Länder.
The latter, which grew to 16 when the German Democratic Republic joined the Federal Republic of Germany on 3 Octobertherefore have far-reaching law-making responsibilities relating to the school, higher education, adult. Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic (GDR) required the five new Länder to lay the legislative foundations for the reorganization of education by 30 June Under the Establishment of Länder Act (Ländereinführungsgesetz) of Julythe five new Länder set up their own Ministries of Education, Cultural.
The GDR is the most successful (in terms of living standards) socialist state but one of the least loved. Yet the GDR has formidable achievements to list, especially in education and health. On the other hand her feeling of insecurity has led to a creeping militarisation of society.
The GDR. Wolfgang Althof is the Teresa M. Fischer Professor of Citizenship Education at the University of Missouri, St. Louis. He was at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland,a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University Dr.
Althof taught university courses and workshops in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and the US, and lectured in many other countries. Nonetheless, the German Democratic Republic did introduce some more democratic elements into its educational system.
Schoolbooks and materials were free for all pupils, in contrast to West Germany where the costs of such items as uniforms and school supplies sometimes kept poorer children out of the college-preparatory high school, the Gymnasium.
Data and research on education including skills, literacy, research, elementary schools, childhood learning, vocational training and PISA, PIACC and TALIS surveys., Education Policy Outlook reviews the current context and situation of the country’s education system and examine its challenges and policy responses.Germany - Germany - Education: Full-time schooling is free and compulsory for children age 6 to 15 or 16; the exact age is determined at the state level.
Although the control of education rests with the states, there is a national commission that strives for uniformity of curriculum, requirements, and standards. Some books and study materials are free, and financial assistance and other forms.East Germany.
The German Democratic Republic (East Germany) was established in from the area of Germany occupied by the Soviet Union. East Berlin became the capital of the new country.
As West Berlin remained part of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) the capital was the cause of great conflict.