AT common baseline scenario - also for more vocational students. But students are not enthusiastic.
Either among the students or the pupils in the vocational schools there is support for a proposal from Local government Denmark (KL) on one single basic course in secondary education.
the Proposal goes to students through a course of six months, where they can both sniff of academic and practical subjects before they choose whether they want to go after a studenterhue or a certificate.
Among high school students is the fear, however, that they may lose some professionalism at a common baseline scenario.
- We believe that, with such a six-month course lose some of the professionalism in the site to delve into anything of substance, says chairman of the Danish high scool students Association Martin Mejlgaard.
AT places the proposal among other things, with tanks on, to get more young people to choose an education at a vocational school.
But with the vocational institutes ' Elevorganisation think you not, that there is a need for several pupils, before there is more money to vocational schools.
- But it does not help anything, if there is no space for them and no equipment to train them, as chasing you is a lot of people enter in a training, as they cannot really get, because the equipment is no hassle, says chairman Anton Bay Hansen.
From both sets of pupils have heard that there is instead a need for more guidance and bridge-building in primary schools to equip the young better to choose a training.
- It seems we should bet even more on the guidance, training and building bridges, so in the course of its grundskoletid are presented for the various options, and of course, as in the day switch between education, says Martin Mejlgaard.
Anton Bay Hansen highlights among other the need for more guidance in the elementary school.
- I think it will be more important to focus on getting individual guidance to all in primary school - regardless of whether you are uddannelsesparat or not.
- If you want to run it to sample the various courses, so that is a really good place to start to drive professional practice in the seventh, eighth and ninth grade, he says.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 17 December 2019, 09:00