Circle Lip. Under the motto “Education.Future.Chancen”, more than 150 people from Lipper had come to the education conference in the district hall. The district of Lippe had invited “to bring together the educational players from the district, to build and strengthen network structures, to exchange information about the educational landscape and to get to know existing offers,” according to a press release from the district administration.
The foyer of the parliamentary area developed into a market of opportunities, where numerous projects and offers from a wide variety of educational actors were presented.
Networks help to improve educational opportunities
District Administrator Dr. Axel Lehmann welcomed the participants, who had come from day care centers, schools, open child and youth work, as well as the district administration and politics. “After two years of the pandemic, the education conference offers above all the opportunity to get in touch with each other again and to strengthen networks. Especially in difficult times, well-functioning networks help us to give children and young people the best possible educational opportunities”. , according to Lehmann.
In various spotlights, the educational actors in the district of Lippe presented current projects, provided information about a wide range of educational activities and support offers and offered input for daily work. The participants were not only able to get to know extracurricular learning locations such as the media center of the district of Lippe, but also contact points for interesting educational and learning opportunities inside and outside the school, such as the Foundation for Site Security, Democracy Life and Prevention of Extremism, Racism, or the district sports association Lippe around the area of sport in school and leisure time.
The Education Department introduced itself
The specialist departments for child protection and children’s rights as well as employees from the youth development and youth protection departments presented themselves as contact points for topics in everyday pedagogical practice. In addition, the participants were able to find out about the work of the Education Service with the Education Office, sports promotion and school psychology.