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Munich (dpa / lby) – The Bavarian FDP wants to create a nationwide infrastructure for digital school education. A corresponding lead proposal is to be decided today (from 10 a.m.) at the party’s digital state party conference. According to this, all schools are to be equipped with broadband internet, teachers and students are to receive digital devices. Data centers should offer high-performance platforms to enable digitally supported teaching in schools as well as online without any problems.
In the Corona policy, the FDP had recently campaigned for more opening and rejected a pandemic fight solely through lockdowns. “There is a way between everything open and everything closed” is the motto of the Bayern-FDP.
The Free Democrats are currently represented by eleven members in the state parliament, making them the smallest of the six parliamentary groups.
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