The Corona School Barometer - Study with 7,100 actors of the school system in Corona mode on April 22nd Topic in the JKU Corona Update.
The Corona School Barometer - Study with 7,100 participants in the school system in Corona mode on April 22, topic in the JKU Corona Update. Prof. Stefan Huber from the University of Education in Zug conducted a wide-ranging study in Switzerland, Germany and Austria to investigate how school closings due to pandemics affect the school system. The main result: the Corona crisis endangers educational equity and equal opportunities in schools. At the same time, it harbors enormous opportunities. Study author Prof. Huber and Prof. Herbert Altrichter from the Linz School of Education at the JKU are a guest in the JKU Corona Update today.
At the end of this week, Education Minister Heinz Faßmann wants to present the timetable for the reopening of schools. The study carried out in Austria, Germany and Switzerland by educational scientist Prof. Stefan Huber can be an important basis for this. As part of the “School Barometer”, the title of the study, more than 7,100 actors in the school system, namely school administrators, teachers and other employees, parents, pupils, representatives of the school inspectorate / school administration and the support system , asked in detail about the consequences of the school closings. The study book will be presented on Friday. It is already a topic in the JKU Corona Update today, Wednesday.
Rector Meinhard Lukas discusses the results of the “School Barometer” study and the measures to be taken from it with the following researchers:
- Prof. Dr. Stephan Gerhard Huber, Head of Research and Development at the University of Education Zug and visiting professor at the Linz School of Education at the JKU in the winter semester 2019/20
- Univ.-Prof. Dr. Herbert Altrichter, Linz School of Education at the JKU