The 20th century Design school model was shuttered by the Nazis. Will this refresh of an old set of ideas that are redirected at 21st century problems be the solution? Will it spread to other developed economies, or be too progressive for its own good?
A lazy metaphor. Bauhaus had no concern for sustainability. Ulm is a more appropriate reference, but even then there are many other schools which pushed for a greater focus on sustainable design. She just chose whatever is the most overrated and overused reference for design education.
Just adding to what MK16 said, Aalto University in Finland (the merger of the original Helsinki School of Art and Design with a business school and an engineering university) has an MA in Creative Sustainability. And sustainability is an undercurrent that runs through every program, some more than others.
The New European Bauhaus seems to have become more of a mega hackathon than anything else that I can figure out.