After the Wall: A Case Study of Educational Change in Eastern Germany.
by Sterling Fishman — 1993
This article is a description and analysis of how the citizens of the former German Democratic Republic are attempting to reconstruct their educational system. As the GDR has divided into five federal states in order to incorporate with West Germany, five different school systems are being established. This article focuses on Saxony, the most populous of the new states, and its efforts to reconstruct its educational system.
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