In Germany, kids from working class families don’t perform as well in school and are less likely to attend university than kids whose parents have university degrees.
Is Germany facing another "education catastrophe?" The 2018 PISA study shows German schoolchildren are performing at above-average levels. However, a shortage of teachers threatens to undermine that progress.
A nine-year-old Belgian boy who was due to become the world's youngest university graduate has ended his studies at his Dutch university due to a dispute over the end date of his degree.
A German nonprofit is tutoring children in underserved communities through an innovative live-in mentoring program. The Duisburg-based organization is the winner of this year's prize for civic engagement in Germany.
The United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child 30 years ago. How is the convention being implemented in Germany? DW visits children who know their rights — and have to fight for them.
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