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17.10.2014

Only Germany saved sustainably: National debt, social issues and the Euro crisis

For the sake of "Euro rescue", Germany will have to open its pockets even further. This is what Anglo-Saxon investment bankers, French Socialists, Spanish conservatives, German Greens, Trade Union economists and financial...[more]

Category: General News, Only Germany saved sustainably: National debt, social issues and the Euro crisis

17.10.2014

The myth of early childhood education: What the science really says

Childcare infrastructure is expensive. A placement within a nursery in West Germany costs at least €1200 (1). Politicians want these expenditures to be seen as "investments in early childhood education" (2)[more]

Category: General News, The myth of early childhood education: What the science really says

17.10.2014

Helpless Genderists: The mainstream dwindles when it comes to career choices

Do young women choose the "wrong" professions? Industry lobbyists, the labor market and equality politicians are convinced that females very rarely choose professions such as mechatronics, IT or engineering. [more]

Category: General News, Helpless Genderists: The mainstream dwindles when it comes to career choices

09.10.2014

Euro and pensions: A transfer union has nothing to do with solidarity

Confusion in the pensions debate: Do "more and more Germans finish work earlier," although they "have less money" to get by? Media are reporting this, relying on the pension statistics (1). According to their latest numbers,...[more]

Category: General News, Euro and pensions: A transfer union has nothing to do with solidarity

09.10.2014

Academics and lack of skilled labour: the education doctrine of the OECD under review

Is there a paradigm shift looming in the education policy? The Federal Minister for Education and Science wants to ensure that achievements in universities will be transferred to vocational education and training. Dropouts,...[more]

Category: General News, Academics and lack of skilled labour: the education doctrine of the OECD under review

10.08.2014

Child Care in Europe - progress, regression and "false awareness"

Government and the opposition, employers and trade unions, the media and the "economy" agree that mothers should invest less time in educating their children, instead they should be gainfully employed and their children left in...[more]

Category: General News, Child Care in Europe - progress, regression and "false awareness"

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