Education – Kiel – Pilot project on the compulsory subject of computer science in schools – Education

November 24, 2021, 6:15 p.m.

Education – Kiel:Pilot project for compulsory computer science in schools

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Kiel (dpa / lno) – Schleswig-Holstein’s students should have computer science as a compulsory subject in the future. In the school year 2022/23, a one-year pilot project is to start at a third of the 281 community schools and grammar schools, as Minister of Education Karin Prien (CDU) announced on Wednesday. “We will then decide on a comprehensive introduction of the compulsory subject in lower secondary level in all schools.”

According to the ministry, community schools and grammar schools can apply for the pilot project until the Easter holidays in 2022. The schools should be selected by the end of May. “The schools can apply with very different models. A start in grades 5, 6 or 7 with two hours per week each is conceivable,” said Prien.

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