It has increased comprehensive measures, offered support to migrants and reduced the fragmentation of its system. So what can Germany teach the UK?
The Guardian article indicates the possibilities.
In 2012, it was one of just three countries surveyed by the OECD that reduced inequality while improving its math scores. The great “Pisa shock” led to what has now been called the “great turnaround” in German education. So, does Germany, with its complex and fragmented education system, and school days that have traditionally stopped at lunchtime, have a lesson or two to teach other countries?