Born in 1982, Laurent completed his teacher training at the University of Luxembourg after completing his secondary school education at the Lycée de Garçons in Esch/Alzette, in Luxembourg. He is currently working as a primary school teacher for children with special needs while working towards a qualification on systematic pedagogy. He also leads a working group on “Promoting the attractiveness and the future direction of the profession” within the Syndicat National des Enseignants (National Union of Teachers) of whose central committee he has been a member since 2016.
Written by Laurent Berck
Luxembourg’s shortage of qualified primary school teachers has often made the front pages in recent years, even though the OECD has once again reported that Luxembourg’s teachers are the best paid. A shortage and an exceptional salary may seem like an inexplicable paradox, even to those of us in Luxembourg,...#youngteachers “Career attractiveness and resources to foster inclusion”, by Laurent Berck (SNE/CGFP, Luxembourg).