:  Abstract 

Germany has a federal system of government that gives its provinces a high degree of autonomy in education policy, with the Federal Ministry of Education in Berlin playing a role in financing and financial aid and the regulation of vocational education requirements, but most other aspects of education are subject to the authority of the states "Bundesländer". The number of schools in Germany has reached - according to statistics of 2018 - more than 52,400 schools , where more than 12.2 million students learn, and more than 772,600 teachers are working there . From a review of Germany's experiences in financing education , its opportunities, alternatives and requirements for improvement in its educational institutions, we draw the following results: Education in schools in Germany is free and financed from taxes. As for books and other educational aids, they are loaned to students, and they must return them at the end of the school year, or pay part of their value if they want to keep them. - The process of financing education in Germany depends on the states and territories, and some free bodies and capital banks that contribute to the financing process, but in different proportions, and in light of their goals and financial ability, and then the German states are the main source of funding for German education institutions . - Companies, factories, and universities in Germany provide technical assistance and finance such as vocational and technical training programs for students in order to prepare students for various jobs, and provide them with skills and practical experiences that help them join the labor market.