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Around 800 000 adults struggle to read and write correctly in Switzerland. The Swiss government wants to tackle the

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

Up until now the talk among international parents with kids in the local school system has been whether their child has the grades to make it into the "*Kanti" cantonal school. Frustratingly in Switzerland, grades become important from the 5th grade, i.e. when the child is 10 and the perception

By Dr. Brandi Eijsermans With summer holiday behind us, parents and children alike are adjusting to the newness of their school year routines. As an international, psychologist, educator and mother people ask me what positive psychology approaches they can take to guide connection, growth and resilience for the whole family when starting

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