German schools to get overhaul

08/7/2003 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Concerned that German students ranked 21st out of 32 leading industrialized nations on a recent test in math, reading and science, the government has announced plans to spend $4 billion over the next five years revamping schools. Projected changes include new all-day programs at elementary and secondary schools, improved teacher development and more skills-based classwork.

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