How do we strengthen the social movement? In other words, what can we do to the parents ' income and level of education play less of a role for how much their children earn and which exam they are taking?
In particular, how do we ensure that more of the utanförskapsområdena can climb up? The questions form the basis for the Muf-president Benjamin Dousa in the report ' Exclusion across the generations”.
the best classical bourgeois politics: tighten the benefits system, lower while entry-level salaries and squeeze the taxes on low incomes.
in Order to give the child a reasonably equal circumstances, the work-first principle still a pretty blunt tool.
Well so. There are suggestions that can help to break the welfare dependency that many people in the utanförskapsområdena live in, and the inheritor of the dependency that the report focuses most on.
But in order to give the child a reasonably equal circumstances, the work-first principle still a pretty blunt tool.
is difficult to avoid that the school is still the best runway for class trips. To , therefore, must become better at fulfilling its mission, however, is easier said than done.
Just like the Dousa note as is the school's single most important problem – segregation – housing-policy more than anything else. Other things we usually discuss, as from the year in which score should be given, is ultimately of limited importance.
Dousa delivers, however, a proposal that pops up from time to time, and that is both amazingly uncomplicated and oideologiskt (albeit not free): let the children spend more time in school.
or, even better, short the summer holidays. And don't wait until the first bad grades will start in the youngest ages. Sure it's fun to be free, but it's not pushed to read, count, and discuss social issues in everyday life becomes a blessing, a chance to forget about the new skills and knowledge.
A too long interruption in the groups.