Just under 1,000 elementary schools in a single region of Germany are of a migrant background, official data has revealed.
Children with a migrant background now make up the majority of students in just under 1,000 schools in a single region of Germany, a considerable proportion of all the schools there, official statistics have revealed.
The data emerges as the country’s federal authorities angle for further mass migration into the country in the hopes of alleviating staff shortages experienced by businesses in the wake of COVID-19.
According to a post by state Bundestag MP Carlo Clemens reflecting on official government statistics, of North-Rhine Westphalia’s 2,787 primary schools, students with a migrant background make up a majority of students in 994 of them.
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