Most young Germans feel optimistic about their future, but they wish their school would prepare them better for the digital future. This is the finding of a recent study by youth researcher Klaus Hurrelmann
Digitization and high-quality education are top of the agenda at this week's World Congress of German Schools Abroad in Berlin. In addition to experts and politicians, alumni will also be taking part for the first time.
It's an exhibition that transcends a traditional museum visit. The new learning lab at Frankfurt's Anne Frank educational center allows young visitors to digitally dive into the hidden world of a persecuted Jewish girl.
"Let others invent" was the Spanish slogan for a long time. However, the Spaniards are taking an unlikely lead in the latest digital revolution, becoming a focal point in Blockchain technology and the Internet of Things.
A single "digitization ministry" is wanted by German industry as part of the next government. They warn Chancellor Angela Merkel that her next coalition can no longer spread digitization across four portfolios.
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