Science needs YouTube Making science accessible to as broad an audience as possible especially young people With this goal the Robert Bosch Stiftung is turning to YouTube In a campaign on the occasion of the Earth Overshoot Day the Foundation joined forces with WWF to bring YouTubers and scientists together The result was a video series on the subject of sustainability the pur pose of which was to ensure that the important facts are available right where young people go to learn about the world School from the parents perspective The vast majority of parents are satisfied with their children s schools as shown by the results of the Deutsches Schulbarometer a representative survey by the Robert Bosch Stiftung in cooperation with the German weekly Die Zeit on the topics of education and schools At the same time however not even half of the 1 011 parents surveyed believe that school prepares their children sufficiently for life after school Another finding from Schulbarome ter more than half of the parents regularly spend several hours a week helping their children with homework or preparing for presentations and classwork Dagmar Wolf Senior Vice President for Education at the Robert Bosch Stiftung takes a critical view of these findings Children s educational success should not depend on regular support from parents Teachers should change their attitudes and teaching accordingly so that children have equal educational opportunities from the beginning of their school careers says Wolf The Schulbarometer is meant to give the perspective of parents a higher profile in the public debate about the quality and future of schools News from our Foundation About learning on YouTube and at school a health center and the digital transformation In brief40 Robert Bosch Stiftung P ho to s R ob er t B os ch S tif tu ng G et ty Im ag es U N P ho to B es tim ag e S ve n W eb er

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