Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: 30 primary schools have too few students

Schwerin (dpa / mv) - According to the Ministry of Education, 30 primary schools in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania have too few students and would have to be phased out.

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: 30 primary schools have too few students

Schwerin (dpa / mv) - According to the Ministry of Education, 30 primary schools in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania have too few students and would have to be phased out. At the beginning of the new school year, fewer than 20 children were registered in the entry classes in these schools, which is less than the minimum number of students prescribed in the school law, the ministry announced on Monday. The schools still get a guarantee until 2030, as it was said. A high school would benefit from this. There are currently a good 560 schools nationwide.

By 2030, no schools should be closed due to insufficient student numbers, assured Minister Simone Oldenburg (left). "We want schools close to home that offer good learning and working conditions for the children and the teachers." Of the 30 primary schools, ten are from the Greifswald State Education Authority, nine from the Schwerin Education Authority and seven from the Neubrandenburg Education Authority.

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