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    Hi, Stefan, you have told in the chat that you want to edit the article, but you don’t have a further source.
    Here you find an appropriate source: a report about a press meeting to which the education authority had invited to:

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    Hi, I’m thinking the title with “immigration problems” is a little editorialized.
    The article might benefit from further sources/expansion eg)- another article as a reference, immigration statistics etc.
    Also, just clarifying, is it 95% of ALL students are from an immigration, or all NEW students? I’ve only read the translated version, so may have lost something in translation.

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      Hi, James, the news is about a primary school, the 95 percent referes to the first graders. In Germany, first grade is the first school year after the kindergarten.
      The father contacted the local education authority, which reacted immediately, Yara moved to another school. Now everybody is happy.
      The Focus news is not about an “immigration problem”, it is about a case of mismangement by a local school administration office. The case could be solved by a simple measure.
      Here you find further information about the school: . This source gives access to school development plans of Kassel.
      The Focus news is poor of information, it mainly applies to the emotional level. It provides no background information, no information about the circumstances. It is inappropriate as a source.

      Edited: 2018-12-19 17:34:36 By Ingrid Strauch (talk | contribs) + 283 Characters .. + 43% change.‎‎ (Note | Diff)

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        Thanks Ingrid, that’s good to know and might support my idea of expanding the article to clarify what the story is about.
        I’d look into it myself, but as a non-german speaker I think I’d be prone to misinterpretating any sources.

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