Luxembourg to Focus on Digitality and Wellbeing in New Basic Education Plan

Luxembourg to Focus on Digitality and Wellbeing in New Basic Education Plan

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Luxembourg’s new basic education plan, which is scheduled to come into force in 2026, will focus on digitality and wellbeing. The plan, which was unveiled this week, is the result of a vast consultation process with stakeholders in the education system.

The new plan is based on four thematic pillars: student well-being, participation, multilingualism, and digitality. The digitality pillar will focus on educating students for and through digital tools and media, developing their information and communication skills, critical thinking, creativity and problem solving, and data protection and cybersecurity.

Digitality and wellbeing

Luxembourg To Focus On Digitality And Wellbeing In New Basic Education PlanThe need for a focus on digital education in Luxembourg is clear. In today’s world, digital skills are essential for success in both the workplace and personal life. The new plan will ensure that Luxembourg’s students are well-equipped to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

In addition to its focus on digital education, the new plan will also focus on student well-being. This includes providing students with education on food, movement, motor skills, emotional and sexual education, resilience, and digital consumption. The plan also emphasizes the importance of student participation and multilingualism.

The new basic education plan is a significant step forward for Luxembourg’s education system. It will ensure that Luxembourg’s students receive the education they need to succeed in the 21st century.

“The new study plan for basic education is an ambitious project which defines the main lines for the school of tomorrow,” said Claude Meisch, Minister of National Education, Children and Youth. “It must serve as a guide for the transmission of knowledge, skills and qualifications to our children in order to enable them to find their place in our society. This white paper is the result of a vast consultation process with all stakeholders in the education system and I salute the commitment of each of them in the interest of strong children with a future.”

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