Stuttgart (dpa / lsw) - Many school principals in Baden-Württemberg see the digitization of schools as the biggest construction site in everyday school life during the Corona crisis.

In a survey by the Association for Education and Upbringing (VBE), almost every second head of school surveyed stated that lack of equipment and difficulties with online teaching were the biggest problems.

The regional association wants to publish details and further results of the survey today (10 a.m.) in Stuttgart.

269 ​​school principals from Baden-Württemberg took part in the Forsa survey.

On Tuesday, the state government provided schools in the southwest for corona-related investments - including in laptops - with 40 million euros.

However, teachers and associations had repeatedly criticized the lack of support in setting up the equipment.

In a survey carried out by the Allensbach Institute for Demoscopy on behalf of all Baden-Württemberg daily newspapers at the end of October, 69 percent of all respondents and 68 percent of parents doubted that teachers were adequately trained and trained for digital teaching.

Education minister Susanne Eisenmann (CDU) is responsible for school policy, who will challenge Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann (Greens) in the state elections next March.