nationwide to complain to tens of thousands of students on the mathematics exams. But the German teachers ' Association sees no evidence that the tasks were too difficult. Other teacher associations provide support to the students.
in Spite of student protests against this year's math-a-levels, the President of the German teachers ' Association, Heinz-Peter Meininger sees no evidence that the tasks were too difficult. Meidinger self-directs a high school in the Bavarian town of Deggendorf.
The "Rhine-Neckar-newspaper", he says: "Without the final valuation result in advance: The trend shows for Bayern, the grade results move in the average range of the Abi tests in mathematics." If there is evidence of a more difficult test, it is necessary to think about a re-evaluation. "But currently, there are no signs."
Heinz-Peter Meidinger, Chairman of the German teachers ' Association: "wait"
The excitation is large on the Internet: tens of thousands of students from several States have complained via the Online Petition about this year's math-high school. "In the Internet-excitation can be very quickly mobilised. Therefore, we should wait and see," says Meidinger."my own examination is always the Hardest"
Similar to the Michael Schwägerl, Chairman of the Bavarian philologists Association. "The feeling that the Abitur examination, which has written just, is the most Severe, is understandable. And it is clear that your own is always the Hardest", so Schwägerl in the BR. But consider the results of the past few years, so you can see: "The averages in the math results differ by only a few hundredths of a notes of each other."Several States want to check
Bavaria's Minister of culture Michael Piazolo of the Free voters had already announced yesterday, to check the complaints thoroughly, as well of lower Saxony. This is located Schwägerl: "So a Review can of course always be happy." The last word would then have the Minister of education.
The Bavarian teachers Association, however, supports the actions of the students. Association President Simone Fleischmann told the German press Agency, in a part of the audit, there had been very little unnecessary Text. "Striking many" students were not become ready in time.tasks in Geometry and stochastics
In of the Petition to the Bavarian Ministry of education stated: "We are high-school graduates and ask, the touch key of the mathematics-baccalaureate in Bavaria by 2019 to reduce the level of difficulty to adapt." This is justified by the tasks, which have previously seen. This is particularly relevant to Geometry and stochastics. Until yesterday afternoon, nearly 50,000 Online had signed the Petition.
In a Petition of students in Hamburg to the Board of education it is said that the requirements had not been met. There are more than 2400 people supported the Initiative on the platform of the open petitions.
lower Saxony students requested in their Petition to the Ministry of culture "to make an immediate statement and an equitable solution". More than 9200 people supported this.
In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania a similar Petition in the case of Change.org reached more than 2000 supporters, in the Saarland, more than 3000 people have signed.