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Sweden's student council: the Requirements need to be simplified

In the report, which was released on Tuesday, notes Children's rights in society, Bris, to skolstressen are becoming more common among children and young people. Leo Gerdén, chairman of the organisation of Sweden's student council, says that there is serious information that emerges in the report.

" Of all the questions raised among our members, it is mental illness the most common. We can discuss the teacher and all sorts of other questions, but you feel not good then you feel not good and it must be the foundation of everything else, " he says.

the Proportion of children who contact the organisation on the basis of skoloro has increased by 25% in the years 2016-2018.

about the grades; the performance conditions and the fear to fail and may even persecute people under the lovtider, which is described as new in the report. This is partly because the calls on to the caller feel vulnerable and insecure in the school. In the report it says that the talks about bullying ”greatly increased”.

According to Leo Gerdén is due to pupils ' behavior in large part due to the ”fuzzy grading system”. He says that access to school counselors need to become better but also that the grading system needs to change.

" I have seen consistently throughout my grundskoletid how the grading system hit me and others in my surroundings. So as it looks now, so looking at the lowest grade; and, you have a lot of A:n and a E so, you get a D in the semester or final grade. The requirements need to be simplified and the system is changed, so that it is not necessary that you should succeed every single time instead of to be assessed for the whole, " he says.

" It is not possible to say that the students are completely exempt from responsibility, but the major responsibility lies with the schools. My impression is that the students are very good at supporting each other, it is a community that must permeate the whole school.

In an email to DN comments on the minister of education, Anna Ekström, report data on bullying and betygshets.

" I met with Breeze in go by reason of this and become concerned that many children experience stress and determined to switch up the work that all schools are safe and secure. The school should be completely free from bullying and harassment, " she says.

" It probably depends on a number of things. First, I think it is important to underline that it basically is good that children and young people contact with adults who listen when you feel bad. Deficiencies in school security work, an unforgiving grading systems and a general development in the society with many demands, uncertainty, and constant connectivity, I think, helps.

Anna Ekström agree that the grading system is unclear and that the impact on young people's health. She says that the government has appointed an inquiry to review how the grading system may change to better measure student achievement. Furthermore it mentions Anna Ekström that the government will introduce a national plan for the protection and study environment.

– It will also play less of a role in how you as a student performing at the single moment and no matter which school you choose to go on you should get a good education, " she says.

the Bris report: the Conversation about mental ill health increasing among the young

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