How can the Dutch school system be improved?

I gun the system rests.Nowhere in Europe is the last 30, 40 years so often the broom is taken through as it is right here, as by a miss with a fear of blemish. Everyone knows what happened to Chinese cultural institutions when the principle of permanent revolution or permanent change was introduced: there was nothing left of the level. This is also the way it is now. Can a half century after the years 60 the Cultural Revolution in Dutch education finally stop once please? Thank you.

Really smaller classes, and (again) special education for both ends of the (cognitive) spectrum [both go underpass to the generic education

And if ‘ geniuses ‘ are sure that the money is lacking in this hugely wealthy country: exchanging managers, consultants and national Education officers for people in the classroom.[Are you right of the problem of structurally reorganizing-to-it-(for them lucrative)-reorganizing.

By once to keep talking about money, and to have a little more about the desired result.

Why should everyone be “higher” educated?And what does that mean? What do we actually need as a society, and why don’t we put money into it?

What does a diploma actually mean?Do you have something to do with it as an employer, or are you looking for something else, and on what basis do you make the settlement?

Ehh.. More teachers and not such an incredible mess everywhere in terms of information and planning?

There must be a norm that the amount paid to salaries should be for at least 90% for teachers ‘ lessons.Further the ministry is to be shrunk up to 20% of its current headcount. The teacher has to become autonomous in his classroom and all managers should look (or just teach) again. Furthermore, we need to go back to small schools. For less money than we spend now, education can be much and much better. What is needed is political courage.

The Dutch school system has to be tackled at the base.At elementary School. The whole trade has to be digitised. Children should start to learn with a tablet, not with books. Books cost way too much money. When you digitize the entire school system, you can also learn a lot more interactive and much easier at the level of the individual child. The child can also learn when illness cannot go to school, but can learn, even if it is only an hour per day. And the teacher can immediately watch. Doing homework can be digital. The only thing (not yet) digital can learn to write. But that doesn’t take long.

In high school same sheet a suit.Why should children still have an atlas, we have Google Maps, among others. Why do they need to play books if they are already required to be a laptop or tablet. They can just read epub anyway? Much cheaper, logistics much easier and more efficient. Less burdensome for the pupils and teachers. Also more enjoyable for the kids. That writing is so terrible from the time…..

Publishers simply have to be obliged by the Government to digitize their material rather than on that patient but especially expensive paper, otherwise they may not deliver to schools.They are still public authorities.

Learning methods are quicker to adjust when there are mistakes in it, central exams are much easier to roll out and no longer steal, and in addition, more quickly checked.

More attention needs to be paid to general subjects to a much later age.And young people just need to choose a course-training if they are 16 or 18, and not before. And they have to follow them in business, or in cooperation with the business community. Now children are more or less forced if they are only just from elementary school to choose a professional. That is a lot too early.

There is a horrible lack of general knowledge and business is complaining for decades about missing than affiliation.So by teaching more general knowledge-possibly extending it with subjects such as psychology and sociology, and letting the business industry deliver the expertise through job training and professional skills-possibly with connecting jobs (business Has a better view than the government after all) you save two flies in one blow.

What you achieve with it is a better developed youth, and a better-more connection to the labour market.The business community wants to pay for it.

Of course you create an economic dependence on the business world, but let’s face it.That is by definition in an economy, so why would you run away in education? Whats wrong with that someone are Ing. Electro technology has met with financial assistance from Philips or his or her training course and hydraulic engineering is sponsored by Smit-Tak? For my part, every vocational training in the Netherlands is about, if that means that the business community takes over the courses and therefore there are really professionals. Maybe there are just Dutch welders, plumbers and machine banking workers…….

Unfortunately, I know too little about the Dutch school system to give a well-founded answer, but in general I think that the youth would benefit much more from a little more discipline, hierarchy and the realisation that they are still only at the beginning of their lives , are totally ignorant and that their opinion does not matter.But above all: that they again get SINCERE respect for people who already have a few more kilometers on the counter.

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