Exciting science: inquisitive young people compete against each other in the Jugend forscht contest. For some it marks the beginning of a great career.
Superlative higher education: these are Germany’s most innovative, largest, oldest and most international universities.
They make learning fun: serious games are used in schools, universities and companies. Three examples from Germany.
Professor Martin Bonnet teaches on YouTube– with amazing success. We explain how this works.
Do young people know enough about money? Three opinions on a school subject that is important for understanding the world.
With these eight apps you can take the language classroom with you and practice anywhere. And every single one is free.
Tablet and internet instead of blackboard and chalk: three good examples of how young people are learning to handle digital media confidently.
A vocational school is preparing German and French youngsters for the employment market. What do the students think of their cross-border learning experience?
The worldwide German community is growing. PASCH schools are spreading German language and culture with a special strategy.
What does Anne Frank’s fate have to do with hate speech and discrimination? An exhibition makes the connection clear.