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Berlin's primary schools : Ankara is losing its influence

only a year ago, launched Turkish-AGs in Berlin's primary schools have become a success story. The Senate administration for education expects that the participants could increase the number for the coming school year by another 50 percent, from nearly 1100 to 1600. This authorities spokeswoman Beate Stoffers told daily mirror request. It was so far a forecast.

to start The PLC-offer "language of origin is Turkish" was in February of 2018 at 21 primary schools. In the summer of 2018 49 schools were involved: 15 in center, eight in Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, seven in Steglitz-Zehlendorf and Berlin-Neukölln, five in Reinickendorf, four in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district, two in Tempelhof-Schöneberg and Spandau. A current query in March showed that just under 1100 First arrived to the sixth graders in the AGs. The forecast for 2019/20 has now shown that, in particular, in Spandau, Reinickendorf and Tempelhof-Schöneberg schools. It is expected to be available from summer 150 AGs at 73 schools.

In return, the participation in the so-called native-language complement to the teaching of the Turkish Consulate General is shrinking. For 2016/17, the number of schools has shrunk from initially 150 to 108 schools and 77, and from about 2350 to almost 1590 students. There are a few schools that offer both the Consulate of teaching as well as their own AGs. Tend to be aspired schools, the AG's offerings to provide but, "to dispense with the Parallel services of External (i.e. Consulate of instruction)," said the education administration. According to daily mirror information is also upset at parents who would prefer to have the Consulate of instruction. How many logins there are for the summer, is not yet known.

An Institution from the 60s

The Turkish AGs were in a hurry been developed to reduce the influence of the Turkish state to the students: The so-called Consulate was teaching since the sixties, for many Turkish-born primary school students, almost the only possibility in the framework of the school, her mother's visit to to learn a new language: This was, however, only with some time delay due to failure of the Turkish government injured after preventing a military coup increasingly democratic principles. In previous years, hardly anyone took in Berlin memo from the state-owned Turkish offer in the rooms of the public schools. Unlike Hamburg, Berlin, Ankara, teachers no longer funded, but a long time ago.

About 50 percent fewer students in Hamburg,

In Hamburg, Consulate, there is a similar development as in Berlin. As a response to the Consulate of instruction were established for the current school year, about 45 courses in 17 locations. This corresponds to an increase of 30 percent in the courses and almost 60 percent of the locations compared to the Start of the school year 2017/18, according to the school authority. Irrespective of this, there are also schools that offer as in Berlin - Turkish offers in the Form of AGs, for example in the context of the full-day offer.

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in Parallel with the decline of the Consulate, teaching is. The school Board puts the Minus between 2018 and 2019 to more than 50 percent. Hamburg subsidizes the Consulate of instruction, only if the school concerned is not a national Turkish offer. This has led to the fact that there are currently only around 350 Turkish Consulate students in Hamburg.

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