Digitalization is spreading through schools all around the world, with countries in Asia making the biggest leaps. Japanese schools are now aiming for a fully digital classroom.
Bullying online can quickly bleed over into real life. Online comments can lead to physical attacks; explicit pictures sent to one person can make their way through the whole school. The key to stopping it: prevention.
Less than 18 months ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, visitors are still struggling to comprehend the "Japlish" that the locals say is completely understandable. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
The German chancellor faced questions on Brexit, Fridays for Future, and the EU during one of her regular high school visits. But one issue moved the students more than any: Article 13, the divisive new copyright law.
Only four percent of German teachers believe their pupils' handwriting makes the grade. More than three-out-of-ten, boys mainly, are unable to write legibly. Teachers blamed digital-age neglect of hands-on skills.
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