break The decline in the number of successful graduates of the German test for immigrants preparing authorities and policy head.
from a response by the Federal government on a written question of the AfD’s Deputy René Springer, in the past year, 51.5 percent of the 172.471 migrants, the course took part for the first time in the German -, the objective of the course “language level B1”. The previous year it was 48 percent. In the year 2016, accounting for almost 38 percent of the participants had missed the first Time around the target price. In addition, the “Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung” reported (“NOZ had this first”).
those Who complete the “German Test for immigrants” with B1, according to the Federal office for Migration and refugees (Bamf), that he can cope on the lower level of the range “of the independent use of language -” problems of everyday life in a flexible way. So: he can, for example, a conversation maintained and in everyday situations, to Express what he wants to say.
“the Important thing is that more immigrants are completing the integration course successfully. Because it’s not just a check mark on the paper, but to empower that’s why people to be socially and professionally,” said the integration Commissioner of the Federal government, Annette Widmann-Mauz (CDU). It is good that the Federal interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) was working on “concrete improvements in quality”.
Widmann-Mauz was made in August, proposals for a “quality initiative and integration courses”. This includes financial incentives for course providers and teachers, “were to be offered in order to allow sufficient literacy courses, in order to meet the increased demand.”
The integration policy spokesperson of the Green group, Filiz Polat, said: “The Federal chatter the Ministry of the interior all the time of an alleged quality campaign, promises to be a lengthy Evaluation, but so far nothing.” Not the Refugees were the main problem in the language courses, but the defective System of Bamf, she told the German press Agency. Berlin’s Senator for Integration, labour and social Affairs, Elke Breitenbach (Left) said the “NOZ”, the development of the test results was not “satisfactory”.