The recent unification of Germany produces the problem of how tointegrate the considerably different education systems of the formerGerman Democratic Republic GDR and the Federal Republic of GermanyFRG. The principles of the educational philosophies, the educationalpolicies and the admission policies of both states, the impact of thecontrol machinery on the citizens of the GDR, as well as the structuraldifferences and similarities and the consequences for organisation fromthe nurseries to the universities are outlined. The prospects for thefuture of both the institutions and the personnel are examined. It isargued that, although the unification was made possible by the EastGermans, the adaptation to the new situation has to be made mainly bythem and their institutions.
Journal of Educational Administration – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1991
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