In Bonn, more than 300 adult students are trying to get their high school diplomas. Silvie Kohlhas is one of them. The office worker wants to go to university to study business psychology, so she's hitting the books after her workday.
A new Human Rights Watch report says the Boko Haram insurgency in northeastern Nigeria has forced a million children out of school. The military is part of the problem, Mausi Segun from Human Rights Watch tells DW.
The SDGs were drawn up in order to make the world a cleaner, healthier and more equitable place, where education, healthcare, justice and human rights are givens and poverty is no more. Attainable? We monitor progress.
Two months after a series of New Year's Eve sex assaults in Cologne, the German government launched a multilingual website to educate migrants about the body and sexuality. But not everyone thinks it's necessary.
Can you tell the difference between virtual and augmented reality? Both are being pushed as big developments in education and creative industries. Cyrill Etter of Game Science Center Berlin tells us why.
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