How can we explain terrorism to children? It’s important to make them aware of the issues, without instilling in them a fear of the world. DW speaks to psychologist Emma Citron to find out.
Education reform under Poland’s national-conservative government is set to cause the closure of 7,000 schools and the dismissal of 9,000 teachers. The new curricula will mainly focus on domestic issues.
As the nation marks the 72nd anniversary of its surrender at the end of World War II, there are still many here who insist that Japan acted honorably throughout the conflict. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Hands up who remembers their first day of school? Tamsin Walker has no recollection of hers. But had it been here in Germany, it might have been a whole different story. Written in fountain pen, no less.
Starting elementary school is a big deal in Germany. It's a rite of passage - almost like graduation or a wedding. Parents invest lots to shower their first-grader with gifts. But what's with the obligatory paper cone?
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