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Around 800 000 adults struggle to read and write correctly in Switzerland. The Swiss government wants to tackle the problem of adult illiteracy and lack of basic knowledge in spoken and written language as well as in mathematics and computer skills. When the new Continuing Education Act (WeBiG) came into force in 2017, the federal government and cantons were given the mandate to fill the gaps in these skills. They have come up with an ambitious national plan to financially support people wishing to improve their skills. The Allocation of education vouchers worth CHF 500.- should provide financial incentives for people wishing to improve their skills. For foreigners this mainly means in a first stage being able to attend

There are many playgroups in Luzern, a few which are bilingual, offering to look after

Up until now the talk among international parents with kids in the local school system

For those of us who send our kids to the local schools, this year was

Alemania Language school www.alemania.ch Angie Gisler English Language Centre www.angiegisler.com Berlitz Language School www.berlitz.ch Migros Klubschule www.klubschule.ch

Lil Partner | Four Forest International School FOUR-FOREST Bilingual International School is a reputable private day

Understanding the school system in Switzerland and which options are best for your family can

Around 800 000 adults struggle to read and write correctly in Switzerland. The Swiss

Up until now the talk among international parents with kids in the local school system

By Dr. Brandi Eijsermans With summer holiday behind us, parents and children alike are adjusting to the

It is difficult to decide where to send a secondary school age child when arriving

It came as a surprise to all of us here at Living in Luzern, that

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