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The Luxembourg Minister of Education, Claude Meisch, has proposed a secondary school reform that will form a school landscape that is adapted to the digital sociey’s demands. The reform is based on six main priorities: 1. the development of schools, 2. talent promotion, 3. support and supervision of students, 4. “e-Skills” and programs, 5. modern teaching materials, 6. an open school participatory. The minister is especially pointing out the importance of personalised environments, he said: “Our system is good, but not good for all students.” This e.g. means that if a student is weak in e.g. Math or Language, after the new reform it will not penalize the student for his entire school career, as it will develop his strengths in other disciplines. In this spirit each school will have to show a workable approach to promote education and digital learning. Source: Luxembourg Ministry of Education