Bayerischer Landtag

Committee on Education and Religious Affairs

The work of the Committee on Education and Religious Affairs focuses on school policy in Bavaria, from primary schools, secondary and vocational schools to adult education and political education.

The Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs is one of the Bavarian State Parliament's 14 standing committees. It has a total of 18 members of Parliament.

Der Ausschuss für Bildung und Kultus hat zwei weitere Anhörungen zum Thema „Schulbegleitung“ und zum Thema „Lehramt flexibel und attraktiv gestalten: Lehrkräfteausbildung, Aufstiegschancen und neue Laufbahnkonzepte“ beschlossen.

Termine hierfür wurden noch nicht festgelegt.

Die Sitzungen finden jeweils am Donnerstag in den Sitzungswochen statt. Der allgemeine Sitzungskalender(Dokument vorlesen) enthält weitere Erläuterungen.

The committee's remit largely corresponds to that of the Bavarian State Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, whose work is monitored, supported and followed by the committee. This includes all matters relating to students, teachers, work with parents, curricula and internal school development. The qualification of educational staff and school financing also play an important role. The education committee is responsible for advising on laws and motions. Reforms that significantly change school life are largely reflected in the Bavarian Education Act (BayEUG), which regulates the entire Bavarian school system. One of the committee's main tasks is to constantly adapt this law as necessary. For example, the new nine-year grammar school was introduced by a change in the BayEUG. The joint teaching of children with and without special educational needs (inclusion) is also anchored in the BayEUG. The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities has been implemented as a result. The Committee will monitor further developments. Challenges for the next few years also include: further expansion of all-day offers and all-day schools, equal educational opportunities in towns and rural regions, systematic support for the new nine-year grammar school and good integration of children with a migration background. The promotion of adult learning is another important topic of the committee. It regularly hears experts to gain a balanced view of opinions. Finally, the committee deals with many citizens’ petitions that fall within its area of responsibility. However, associations and other interest groups also often submit their requests and suggestions for improvements to the committee in the form of petitions.

Anhörungen des Ausschusses

Lehramt flexibel und attraktiv gestalten: Lehrkräfteausbildung, Aufstiegschancen und neue Laufbahnkonzepte
07.05 2020Schulbegleitung
24.10.2019Mobbing an SchulenSV(Dokument vorlesen)


Members of the Committee on Education and Church Affairs

(18 Mitglieder)

Name Vorname Titel Funktion Fraktion
Bayerbach Markus Vorsitzender Fraktionslogo: AfD
Gottstein Eva Stellvertr. Vorsitzende Fraktionslogo: FREIE WÄHLER
Brendel-Fischer Gudrun Mitglied Fraktionslogo: CSU
Cyron Anna Elisabeth Dr. Mitglied Fraktionslogo: AfD
Deisenhofer Max Mitglied Fraktionslogo: B'90/Grüne
Dünkel Norbert Mitglied Fraktionslogo: CSU
Eiling-Hütig Ute Dr. Mitglied Fraktionslogo: CSU
Fischbach Matthias Mitglied Fraktionslogo: FDP
Kraus Nikolaus Mitglied Fraktionslogo: FREIE WÄHLER
Lederer Otto Mitglied Fraktionslogo: CSU
Regitz Barbara Mitglied Fraktionslogo: CSU
Rüth Berthold Mitglied Fraktionslogo: CSU
Strohmayr Simone Dr. Mitglied Fraktionslogo: SPD
Toman Anna Mitglied Fraktionslogo: B'90/Grüne
Tomaschko Peter Mitglied Fraktionslogo: CSU
Triebel Gabriele Mitglied Fraktionslogo: B'90/Grüne
Waschler Gerhard Prof. Dr. Mitglied Fraktionslogo: CSU
Wild Margit Mitglied Fraktionslogo: SPD