Digitalization is spreading throughout schools all around the world, with countries in Asia making the biggest leaps. Japanese schools are now aiming for a fully digital classroom.
The EU and Japan have signed an unprecedented free trade agreement which will create one of the world's largest trading blocs. European Council President Donald Tusk says it is a "clear message" against protectionism.
German Family Minister Franziska Giffey wants to send bullying prevention experts to schools to curb a rise in anti-Jewish attacks. Berlin schools, in particular, have seen anti-Semitic bullying in recent months.
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.
French lawmakers have approved a ban on the use of mobile phones in public schools. Critics say the move will do little to end classroom disruptions or bullying.
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