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
The German economy believes it is a pioneer in such topics as Industry 4.0 and the internet of things. But during the yearly "digital summit", experts disagree with the German government on the success of digitalization.
Some German schools are lucky to have a single computer in classrooms; others boast all the latest gadgets. Researchers for Bertelsmann have called for bigger investments in tech, but some teachers strongly disagree.
DW spoke to Klaus Hurrelmann, author of the German foreword to a book on US school killings found in the Munich gunman's possession. He explains how shooting sprees can be prevented.
The Ørestad high school in Copenhagen has digitalized its teaching methods. You won't see many books or blackboards. Every student can call up all the necessary materials on a laptop.
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