As all cantonese workers also have teachers and members of the school leadership claim on specifics. These must have been paid by the communities. In practice, it obviously looks different. Many teachers are at large, says Roland Amstutz, legal adviser to teacher education at Bern, to "NZZ on Sunday". They would have to take over costs that actually had to be paid to the communities.
Elisabeth Abbassi, president of the Aargauer Lehrerverbandes, told "NZZ on Sunday" that expenses for private electronics had to be weighed down. While students are equipped with computers or tablets, teachers are often required to make use of the private device. According to Abbassi, the costs for the preparation of school trips and camps have also been deducted.
It is unclear who many teachers paid for their own bag. One study of teacher associations from the year 2002 was according to "NZZ on Sunday" at 4200 to 6400 francs per year. Thomas Minder, the president of the Schulleiter Association, estimates the amount at around 500 francs annually. Hochgerechnet on about 1
Abbassi says, often it is not even a bad will that nothing was paid. Many communities would simply not be on the radar. The Canton of Aargau is aware of these themes. In December 2018, the Ministry of Education published a magazine with hints on how to deal with Spesen in the public schools. This holds for example, teachers and school management members who provide necessary labor or make a reasonable compensation for the use of their own equipment. The Merkblatt recommends that you use your own computers with an annual 200 francs. (NLA)