Flemish education minister Hilde Crevits has announced that every pupil in Dutch-speaking schools will get a digital ID card by 2019.
It will contain information about marks and specifics related to every pupil such as learning disabilities or special needs. This will help to quickly pass information with from one school to another when a child changes schools.
The new measure, meant to come into force by 1 January, 2019, is part of the ministerās goal of reducing the amount of paperwork facing school staff and teachers in the region.
āWe need to make as much use of digital opportunities as possibleā – said Crevits and emphasised that only āindispensableā information would need to be recorded on the ID, āsuch as reading problemsā.
Anything parents wanted to keep private, however, would be left off the card.
From Flanders Today
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