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Labour markets : the German Recipe according to The Economist

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According to The Economist, “the academic achievements of (german) schoolchildren, measured in international tests, look only mediocre… (And) the reading abilities of German 15-year-olds, according to the PISA studies published by the OECD, are below the average for rich countries.

The question is then: “In a world where brainpower matters more and more, how does German business thrive?”

Source: economist.com

The Economist’s answer: “a combination of schooling and apprenticeship”.

Read More @ Education and skills: Tinker, tailor, glass-eye-maker | The Economist.


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