Shaping the new norm: After Covid-19 some challenges in education and change for sustainability

As the Covid-19 pandemic spreads throughout the world, school leaders and educational policy makers struggle with school closures and at the same time, with a fair continuity of learning. This historical event demonstrates the need to orient our education systems...

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Open schools are now allowed to conduct distance education

Open schools also now have the opportunity to offer distance and distance education if needed because teachers or students are not present at the school. - We welcome the government's decision to allow more flexible teaching. Today's message will facilitate, for...



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A high salary is not enough to attract teachers

(Image from Pixabay) The proportion of qualified teachers in Swedish schools increased slightly during the academic year 2020/21. At the same time, many municipalities find it difficult to recruit. In Vimmerby, no qualified teacher has applied for the 20 positions advertised. The teachers’ union’s association representative Monika Johansson wants to prioritize all unauthorized people who show interest in being able to work in parallel with teacher studies. read more here

The teachers’ union said in an earlier article that it is a question of the lack of good working conditions that means that the teaching profession does not get enough applicants for the university places that are available. Read more here


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