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Economics in schools – a subject without specialist knowledge

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Economics in schools – a subject without specialist knowledge

In addition, according to Goldschmidt, some findings indicate that more than just technical reasons played a role in the selection of representations: “We were able to determine that the same teams of authors for different national editions of the same book presented topics differently – even to some extent tendentious nuances.”

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The fact that there is a deficit in economic education in Germany is generally not new. The Deutsche Bundesbank writes on its website: “Fundamental economic terms are not understood by many people, and relatively simple questions about money often cannot be answered correctly.” The central bank is also particularly concerned to teachers to remedy this situation.

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