Saxony: Alliance: "Conditions do not do justice to students"

Dresden (dpa / sn) - With a view to a new draft of the higher education law in Saxony, an alliance of student bodies, trade unions and party youth has called for far-reaching changes.

Saxony: Alliance: "Conditions do not do justice to students"

Dresden (dpa / sn) - With a view to a new draft of the higher education law in Saxony, an alliance of student bodies, trade unions and party youth has called for far-reaching changes. "The new draft is a start, but unfortunately still falls far short of the reality of student life and today's requirements," said the spokeswoman for the Conference of Saxon Student Unions (KSS), Sabine Giese, on Monday, according to a statement.

Changes in important areas such as equal opportunities and gender inclusivity did not go beyond good first signs. "It's not enough just to tweak a few individual screws. We need a revolution in our studies and at the universities," Griese demanded.

The state coordinator of the Juso-Hochschulgruppe Sachsen (JHGN), Mats Rudolph, demanded that students be strengthened and enabled to optimally access their own capabilities: "The study conditions at the Saxon universities will not meet the needs of the students in 2022." For example, limited exam attempts, mandatory participation in digital exams and attendance requirements should be abolished.

In addition to the KSS and the JHGN, the alliance also includes the Verdi trade union, the youth of the German trade union federation, the education and science trade union and the party youth of the Greens and Left.

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