– I hope that we can land an agreement in the coming days, so we can send out some money that teachers and educators can work with locally. More could have been done, but it requires the will of the government, says education spokeswoman Ellen Trane Nørby (V).
The parties have been negotiating for some time, and on Monday a new report came from the Danish Evaluation Institute on behalf of the Ministry of Children and Education.
It clarifies the difference between the students, where some students have more difficulty reaching out or getting help at home.
According to the Liberal Party, one must keep in mind that it was made prior to the long closure that has lasted over the winter.
– You can multiply the conclusions by a much larger factor in relation to how the picture looks right now, says Ellen Trane Nørby.
Education Minister Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil (S) tells TV2 that she notes that it is different how the students have experienced the first shutdown.
– Therefore, there must be more freedom for the individual teacher to plan the teaching, and then extra resources are needed, but we can not make a one-size-fits-all, says Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil.
She points out that some students have had some academic benefit from the shutdown as they have become less disturbed.
There must be extra resources and more freedom to see what the closure has meant for the individual student, and where he or she may lag behind, the minister believes.
Source: The Nordic Page