tens of thousands of students had protested nationwide over a heavy math-high school and Online petitions started. In four of the länder in the meantime, the ministries of education have decided whether the exam was too hard.
The tasks were too difficult, too cumbersome formulated and did not correspond to the curriculum: More than 96,000 students nationwide Online petitions against the Mathe-Abi signed. Ministries of education in Hamburg, lower Saxony, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Bavaria and the Saarland have advise about the exams. Positive responses there are for students from Hamburg and the Saarland.Hamburger math-Bull was kept hard
students in several States, your math homework is too demanding.
The Hamburg school authority informed that the evaluations should be corrected. In the case of a part of the affected students, the grade will be set retroactively up. Between the results of the evaluation of the education authority had confirmed that two of the four Hamburg-based math to be Abiklausuren have been too heavy. It is the written Work on the so-called basic level. In addition, there is the increased level for students with an advanced course in mathematics. Previously, students who have passed the exam at the basic level was offered to be in addition examined."Milder" rating in the Saarland
Also in the Saarland, students can now expect better grades. As the Saarland Ministry of education said, should be graded the exams according to a "milder" table of Assessment. So the math should increase based around a touch point. Corrections have shown that the exams in the "requirement level challenging, but appropriate," but "overall a bit too extensive" goods.In lower Saxony, "releasable" tasks
The conclusion of the lower Saxony Ministry of culture: The tests were challenging, but they were solvable. In lower Saxony, the marks of the maths remain-baccalaureate as they are. More than 13,000 Times Online has a signed Petition.
More than 96,000 Times, the Online petitions against the Mathe-Abi signed75.000 signatures in Bayern
The Bavarian Ministry of education sees as the low-Saxon is no need for Correction. In spite of more than 75,000 supporters of the Bavarian petitions of the Abi "the claim was full, but on the whole adequate" have been. The first correction of the exams seemed to indicate, however, that the average grade could be worse, said Bavaria's Minister of culture Michael Piazolo.
In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is the decision of the Ministry of education still have to wait. For about a month, the students and 6,500 supporters of the Petition to wait for a response.