the Newspaper published in the weekend statistics of the number of newborns with immigrant background in Oslo's districts. The statistics, the Progress party, ordered by Statistics norway (SSB), shows the proportion of newborns with immigrant backgrounds.
the progress party is inspired by the STATISTICS norway publishes these statistics annually. The statistics go on mother's an immigrant, whether the mother herself is an immigrant, but also if the mother is norskfødt with foreign-born parents.
It will say that the children in the statistics is detected with an immigrant background if they have foreign-born grandparents. Have the child Swedish maternal grandparents, but both parents born in Norway, it will therefore be registered as a child with an immigrant background "from Western Europe" and included in the total statistics of newborns with immigrant backgrounds in a district. Similarly, a child born with the somali maternal grandparents are recorded as newborn with non-western background.
Dagbladet has taken out their own figures from STATISTICS norway show that about ten per cent of newborns with an immigrant background is third generation, that is to say have grandparents who immigrated to Norway. Nine out of ten is the second generation.
It is the first time these statistics are published in Norway.Switch the alarm about the new Oslo-number:
- A totally segregated city, One of four
the Growth of the number of newborns in Norway with a background from non-western countries has increased from 6.8 per cent in 2000 to 19,1 per cent in 2017, according to figures from STATISTICS norway. For Oslo about every third newborn non-western background.
In 2017, it was born 12.000 children with non-western backgrounds in the Uk. By way of comparison, were born to 9500 children in Oslo in 2017.
the Numbers for 2018 are not yet ready and will be presented by STATISTICS norway in the beginning of march.Proportion of newborns with non-western background 20002017 Oslo2130 Old Oslo3933 Grünerløkka2823 Sagene2215 St. Hanshaugen918 Frogner720 Ullern416 Western Aker414 Northern Aker518 Bjerke2837 Grorud3461 Stovner3867 Alna3761 Østensjø1530 Nordstrand617 Southern Nordstrand4259
the Group leader of the Right in the Oslo Eirik Lae Solberg is the party's candidate to take over Raymond Johansen's job yesterday after the election in the fall. He is concerned that almost one out of four seksåringer in Oslo can't good enough English to begin to read and skriveopplæring when they begin to first class.
- It has unfortunately long been a challenge that many children starting school without being able to follow classes. This is the biggest challenge we must embark on in Oslo. I think this is job number one in Oslo, says Eirik Lae Solberg to the Newspaper.Will språkteste fireåringer
Right in the Oslo proposes concrete to språkteste all fireåringer in Oslo, in order to ensure that all children get caught up in the two years before they start school.
We have proposed a systematic follow-up of each individual child, so that we can uncover what they can and can't of the English, and put into action as they are able to follow lessons when they start school. We want to set clearer standards for what staff in the nursery should be able to and what skills they should have. And we want to create a schedule for each child. We also want that there should be a separate språktilbud to the children who need it the last two summers before they start school, " says Lae Solberg.
the Newspaper meetings Lae Solberg along with integreringsminister Jan Tore Sanner (H). Sanner believes the numbers Dagbladet publishes shows that the government is on the right path in bosettings and integreringspolitikken.
the Numbers show first and foremost that we should reinforce the policies we have started with. That those who come to Norway, and will stay in Norway, have to learn good English, gain qualifications and get into work. We see that many in the second generation, i.e. Norwegian-born with immigrant parents, makes an impressive social journey in the educational system. The numbers also underpin the change we have made in bosettingspolitikken. It will be transferred overall, fewer in Oslo, and I expect that Oslo takes the consequence of the national policy we have laid down, " says Sanner to the Newspaper.Immigration is not a sin that can be inherited in three generations Comment - Short residence time problem
the Government proposes to settle 250 refugees in Oslo in the year, a decrease of 100 from 2018, and the lowest number in ten years. The government has, in addition, assumed that the refugees should not be will be transferred in areas where there are more than 30 percent immigrants, precisely in order to strengthen the integration. Something they are in conflict with the Oslo city council.
the Conservative Oslo-top points out that with increased residence time also increases the integration.
- the Pattern we have seen in Oslo is that they have either lived here for a long time or are children of people who came a long time ago, is doing very well. They have a strong attachment to the labour market, they have high education and they work and contribute a lot to the Oslo community. They also contribute a lot to the city, " says Lae Solberg.
the Challenge is mostly among those who have lived here shorter, that is why the Right is so committed to strength acquiring, both for children and adults. They should have the same opportunities to succeed, it is important that they learn English. It is through the good Norwegian they succeed in education and in the workplace.Threatens Oslo with sanctions Dagbladet Plus for the Right: - Not soothed
the Numbers to the Right in the ordered from STATISTICS norway, are they appropriate?
I'm more concerned about where people are on the way, than where they come from. I think it is relatively uninteresting where the grandparents your coming from.
The interesting thing is how we manage ourselves as residents of Oslo. I am most concerned by those who can't be Norwegian and not participate in the Norwegian society, through employment and education or volunteering provides. It is really not a problem that we have many Norwegian-pakistani background who have high education, participates and contributes in Oslo. The challenge is those who do not have the opportunity to contribute because they do not master the language, " says Lae Solberg.
member of parliament and the progress party immigration spokesman Jon Helgheim is not surprising, disagree with the Right-peaks in the figures are uinteressante.
the Figures are of course interesting. In order to understand the big picture, one must see the development - and it is explosive. In the 17 years we have gone from seven to 19 per cent, newborns with non-western backgrounds in the Uk. It says something about how society develops. If the Right thinks it isn't important that this happens in such a short time, at the same time that we know the major integreringsutfordringene, I am not very reassured, " says Helgheim to the Newspaper."Correct English only is spoken by the teacher"
According to the Education directorate has students the right to special language instruction until they have sufficient Norwegian to follow ordinary education in the school.
In Oslo, it is the plural foreign language students at 51 of the city's 135 elementary schools. At 14 of Oslo's primary schools have over half of the students decision on particular language. At some schools, eight of ten students for the poor in Norwegian to follow normal teaching.
in Total, almost one out of four pupils in Oslo school decisions on specific language teaching.
In the Deloitte report on Osloskolen from January 2017, courtesy of the Utdanningsnytt, states:
"In Oslo, there are a whole bunch of schools and classes where it is completely unusual to have English as a first language at home, where correct and precise English only is spoken by the teacher in the teaching situation, and where almost every student should have special language training. In practice, one would add about the teaching of English so that the special becomes the ordinary."
the progress Helgheim mean many do not want to talk about the problem.
- 14 schools where the majority has the decision about special language instruction is a serious problem for Oslo. The question is how long it lasts before there are more. This is the the most visible symptoms of an uncontrolled high immigration. It also leads to the fact that ethnic norwegians move out of these neighborhoods, which is really a pity, " says Helgheim.- My children are non-western