we live in strange times. There is always too much or too little – but “just right” is hard to find.
Let’s take this schools. First, we had to deal with a declining birth rate. Nothing seemed more desirable than an increase in the number of students. And now, you guessed it: Now we have this student plus, and that’s not right either. Because these students want to be taught in smart, at least not overcrowded classrooms. But it’s getting harder and harder. Meanwhile, the problem has also reached the South, which does not usually complain about overpopulation.
And if there are no problems with the premises or external circumstances, then you can handle it yourself. At least it seems so I am Mellensee run away There was one Another reform began (Critics would say: jumped the fence) and now we have a salad. In case of a dispute, it goes where it always goes – in court. Reported, complained about, in short: the entire dispute keyboard is served. Let’s hope the kids don’t learn there for the rest of their lives.
In this context, one issue should not be missing: lack of staff. Apprenticeships were rare (not anymore), the same was true in the workplace (also not anymore), and those who wanted to be extra safe celebrated a job in administration like winning the lottery (that too is passing). As District Administrator Kornelia Wehlan told the District Council recently, There are 100 vacancies in the district administration. Administrations are only employers and compete with others for good employees. And then the question arises: What makes work attractive? Whoever finds the correct answer first gets the employee.
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Seven day frequency:
- 393.5 (328.9 a week ago) in Dahme-Spreewald
- 309.5 (334.6 a week ago) in Teltow-Fläming
Free intensive care beds:
- Dahme-Spreewald: 21.9 percent
- Teltow-Fläming: 21.4 percent
Mayoral elections in Trebbin
Thomas Berger (left) and Ronny Haase are running for mayor of Trebbin on September 25.
© Source: Elinor Wenke
Trebbin: Mayoral candidates answer questions from MAZ readers
Trebbin: The left recommends Thomas Berger (CDU) as the new mayor.
The second round of the mayoral election will be held in Trebbin on September 25. The regional left association is now the electoral recommendation for the current leader Thomas Berger and explains why. Read now
News from BER
BER airport: who is responsible for the luggage chaos
Lots of suitcases got stuck at BER this summer (here’s a pic from August). The airport says the number is in the “low four-digit range.”
© Source: private
Many BER passengers still do not return their luggage. This causes a lot of resentment at the airport. But who or what is really to blame for the suitcase chaos? Read now
News of the week
Frank Nerlich takes the first greetings by phone on election night.
© Quelle: Frank Pawlowski
Frank Nerlich is the new mayor of Wildau
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Due to the new RVS route, some of the stops built by the city of Mittenwalde are no longer in use. Instead, posts with timetables were rammed into the ground. This causes trouble. Read now
TF: County council strengthens administration of budget dispute with Zossen
Disputes over the year’s district allocations…