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Back to school: Equitable formal and non-formal education for every child
In the DP's Tribune Libre, our MP and vice-president Claude Lamberty talks about the new measures in terms of non-formal education, which the Minister of National Education Claude Meisch has put in place for the start of this school year.
read more...
Free After-school childcare and music lessons
The so-called maison relais, foyers de jour, mini-crèches and parental assistants play an important role in implementing Minister Claude Meisch’s education policy to provide every child with equal starting chances and educational prospects.
read more...
What work is planned on the boarding school of the agricultural school and the hotel school?
The state budget provides 10 million euros for work on the boarding school of the agricultural school and the hotel school. DP MP André Bauler asked what work was planned and when it should be completed.
read more...
What is the Minister of Labour's assessment of the training offered in the context of short-time work?
As a means to prevent redundancies during the economic slowdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the government of Luxembourg introduced a short-time working scheme. Additionally, the Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy offered vouchers for training. The members of parliament André Bauler and Carole Hartmann are enquiring about the Minister of Labour’s assessment of...
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Guaranteeing Equal Opportunities in Education
During his ‘Tribune Libre’ on the radio, our parliamentary group leader Gilles Baum talked in detail about the big cornerstones of the 2021/2022 beginning of the school year.
read more...
Idea of the month: Free music lessons
In line with the DP's election programme, children and teenagers will be able to access free music classes, starting from the school year 2022/2023.
read more...
Here you can grow - room for strong children
Continuing to diversify the school offer, preparing young people for a digital world and continuing to support students intensively - these are the three priorities presented by the Minister of Education Claude Meisch at his traditional press conference before the start of school.
read more...
How is the function of a notary clerk regulated?
The notary clerks act as the right hand of the notaries and support them in their work: preparing documents, keeping records, meeting clients - these are all tasks that can be taken over by a notary clerk. But how exactly is this function regulated? Are there enough notary clerks and what kind of profile is required to do the job? Our MPs André Bauler and Guy Arendt asked the respective ministries...
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Lycée Edward Steichen: development and forecasts
The number of pupils enrolled at the "Lycée Edward Steichen" has risen steadily since the opening of the new school in 2018. As part of the preparations for the new school year 2021/2022, our deputy André Bauler asked the Minister of Education, Children and Youth, about the occupancy rate of the new classrooms and the geographical origin of the pupils.
read more...
Secondary schools: do their names need an adaptation?
Since the reform of secondary education in 2017, the former regime called "Enseignement technique" now bears the name of "Enseignement général". Our deputy André Bauler has noticed however, that there are still a few secondary schools in Luxembourg that carry the name "Lycée technique de...". He therefore asked the Minister of Education, Children and Youth whether the names of the relevant schools...
read more...
The fight agains Covid is on the right way - continue the liberal and social path
The “Luxembourgish way” – the mixture between vaccination and sanitary measures – is the right way in the fight against the pandemic. This was our parliamentary group’s leaders’ message at the concluding press conference of the DP parliamentary group.
read more...
The collective efforts have paid off!
“Minimum chances for the virus, maximum chances for education”: this was the motto of the Minister of Education, Claude Meisch, from the very beginning.
read more...
How can we protect young people in particular from hate speech on the Internet?
The phenomenon of 'hate speech' is becoming more and more widespread in society. Not only, but especially children and young people are exposed to these comments with all their consequences. How has this problem evolved over the years, what can be done to counteract it, and how can young people in particular protect themselves from, and take action against hate speech online? MPs Carole Hartmann and...
read more...
Giving the youth perspectives during the pandemic
Especially now, during the pandemic, young people need perspectives to deal with the psychological strain. In an extended question, DP MP Claude Lamberty wanted to know from the Minister of Education what the effects of the crisis are on the mental health of young people, and what is being done about youth violence prevention.
read more...
Our language
The Luxembourgish language is at the core of our identity and the guarantor of a successful integration. This is why the government wants to further promote our language and also promote scientific research.
read more...
2020/2021 - A school year marked by digitalisation
In order to cope with digital change and the demands of the labour market, our children and teenagers must learn how to use the latest technologies.
read more...
Education in times of the Covid-19 pandemic
The pandemic presented the school with major challenges. While some countries heavily relied on home schooling during the crisis, Luxembourg preferred a more balanced approach.
read more...
Making mental health a political priority
The pandemic is affecting many people mentally. It's about time to talk more about mental health.
read more...
Education
Education policy: Fair future chances for our children Education is our country’s most important resource. It permits young people to find their own way. Access to good, general education is a human right and not only essential for Luxembourg economic strength and innovation, but above all for the personal development of each individual. Education is the prerequisite for the active participation...
read more...
A boarding school for Clervaux high school?
In his answer to a parliamentary question from the deputy of the DP André Bauler from 2019, the Minister of Public Works replied that there was no request for a boarding school in Clervaux. André Bauler wanted to know if the situation has changed in the meantime.
read more...
Changements in the bus timetables: Problems with school transport
It has come to the attention of DP MP André Bauler that there will be difficulties with school transport under the new timetables, especially with regards to the line 545 Heiderscheid-Ettelbruck. In fact, according to the new timetable, students arrive at school either much too early or too late. André Bauler has asked the responsible minister about this.
read more...
Well-being and future prospects
For the start of the new school year, a delicate equilibrium has to be found between protecting the health of teachers and pupils on the one hand, and guaranteeing the fundamental missions of our school system on the other hand. Furthermore, 2020/2021 will be placed under the sign of digital transformation with the introduction of Coding.
read more...
Free schoolbooks: How much does a household save per child?
For two years now, the state has been covering the costs of textbooks for secondary school students. The DP MPs Claude Lamberty and Max Hahn asked the Minister of Education how much the financial relief for the households was.
read more...
Back to school: Equitable formal and non-formal education for every child
In the DP's Tribune Libre, our MP and vice-president Claude Lamberty talks about the new measures in terms of non-formal education, which the Minister of National Education Claude Meisch has put in place for the start of this school year.
read more...
Free After-school childcare and music lessons
The so-called maison relais, foyers de jour, mini-crèches and parental assistants play an important role in implementing Minister Claude Meisch’s education policy to provide every child with equal starting chances and educational prospects.
read more...
What work is planned on the boarding school of the agricultural school and the hotel school?
The state budget provides 10 million euros for work on the boarding school of the agricultural school and the hotel school. DP MP André Bauler asked what work was planned and when it should be completed.
read more...
What is the Minister of Labour's assessment of the training offered in the context of short-time work?
As a means to prevent redundancies during the economic slowdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the government of Luxembourg introduced a short-time working scheme. Additionally, the Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy offered vouchers for training. The members of parliament André Bauler and Carole Hartmann are enquiring about the Minister of Labour’s assessment of...
read more...
Guaranteeing Equal Opportunities in Education
During his ‘Tribune Libre’ on the radio, our parliamentary group leader Gilles Baum talked in detail about the big cornerstones of the 2021/2022 beginning of the school year.
read more...
Idea of the month: Free music lessons
In line with the DP's election programme, children and teenagers will be able to access free music classes, starting from the school year 2022/2023.
read more...
Here you can grow - room for strong children
Continuing to diversify the school offer, preparing young people for a digital world and continuing to support students intensively - these are the three priorities presented by the Minister of Education Claude Meisch at his traditional press conference before the start of school.
read more...
How is the function of a notary clerk regulated?
The notary clerks act as the right hand of the notaries and support them in their work: preparing documents, keeping records, meeting clients - these are all tasks that can be taken over by a notary clerk. But how exactly is this function regulated? Are there enough notary clerks and what kind of profile is required to do the job? Our MPs André Bauler and Guy Arendt asked the respective ministries...
read more...
Lycée Edward Steichen: development and forecasts
The number of pupils enrolled at the "Lycée Edward Steichen" has risen steadily since the opening of the new school in 2018. As part of the preparations for the new school year 2021/2022, our deputy André Bauler asked the Minister of Education, Children and Youth, about the occupancy rate of the new classrooms and the geographical origin of the pupils.
read more...
Secondary schools: do their names need an adaptation?
Since the reform of secondary education in 2017, the former regime called "Enseignement technique" now bears the name of "Enseignement général". Our deputy André Bauler has noticed however, that there are still a few secondary schools in Luxembourg that carry the name "Lycée technique de...". He therefore asked the Minister of Education, Children and Youth whether the names of the relevant schools...
read more...
The fight agains Covid is on the right way - continue the liberal and social path
The “Luxembourgish way” – the mixture between vaccination and sanitary measures – is the right way in the fight against the pandemic. This was our parliamentary group’s leaders’ message at the concluding press conference of the DP parliamentary group.
read more...
The collective efforts have paid off!
“Minimum chances for the virus, maximum chances for education”: this was the motto of the Minister of Education, Claude Meisch, from the very beginning.
read more...
How can we protect young people in particular from hate speech on the Internet?
The phenomenon of 'hate speech' is becoming more and more widespread in society. Not only, but especially children and young people are exposed to these comments with all their consequences. How has this problem evolved over the years, what can be done to counteract it, and how can young people in particular protect themselves from, and take action against hate speech online? MPs Carole Hartmann and...
read more...
Giving the youth perspectives during the pandemic
Especially now, during the pandemic, young people need perspectives to deal with the psychological strain. In an extended question, DP MP Claude Lamberty wanted to know from the Minister of Education what the effects of the crisis are on the mental health of young people, and what is being done about youth violence prevention.
read more...
Our language
The Luxembourgish language is at the core of our identity and the guarantor of a successful integration. This is why the government wants to further promote our language and also promote scientific research.
read more...
2020/2021 - A school year marked by digitalisation
In order to cope with digital change and the demands of the labour market, our children and teenagers must learn how to use the latest technologies.
read more...
Education in times of the Covid-19 pandemic
The pandemic presented the school with major challenges. While some countries heavily relied on home schooling during the crisis, Luxembourg preferred a more balanced approach.
read more...
Making mental health a political priority
The pandemic is affecting many people mentally. It's about time to talk more about mental health.
read more...
Education
Education policy: Fair future chances for our children Education is our country’s most important resource. It permits young people to find their own way. Access to good, general education is a human right and not only essential for Luxembourg economic strength and innovation, but above all for the personal development of each individual. Education is the prerequisite for the active participation...
read more...
A boarding school for Clervaux high school?
In his answer to a parliamentary question from the deputy of the DP André Bauler from 2019, the Minister of Public Works replied that there was no request for a boarding school in Clervaux. André Bauler wanted to know if the situation has changed in the meantime.
read more...
Changements in the bus timetables: Problems with school transport
It has come to the attention of DP MP André Bauler that there will be difficulties with school transport under the new timetables, especially with regards to the line 545 Heiderscheid-Ettelbruck. In fact, according to the new timetable, students arrive at school either much too early or too late. André Bauler has asked the responsible minister about this.
read more...
Well-being and future prospects
For the start of the new school year, a delicate equilibrium has to be found between protecting the health of teachers and pupils on the one hand, and guaranteeing the fundamental missions of our school system on the other hand. Furthermore, 2020/2021 will be placed under the sign of digital transformation with the introduction of Coding.
read more...
Free schoolbooks: How much does a household save per child?
For two years now, the state has been covering the costs of textbooks for secondary school students. The DP MPs Claude Lamberty and Max Hahn asked the Minister of Education how much the financial relief for the households was.
read more...
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