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Protesters call for higher salaries for teachers in Hungary
Thousands of people march through the streets of Budapest in solidarity with teachers demanding better pay.
Three ways our work lives and education have gotten better – in data
Data shows global levels of education and the time we spend at work have significantly improved in the last couple of centuries.
Occupied Donetsk prepares for new school year with Kremlin curriculum
Many schools in cities like Mariupol have been badly damaged or destroying in the fighting, and there's a lack of teachers.
Education in Hungary risks being 'too feminine', says study
Opposition MP Endre Toth said the report was "complete scientific nonsense".
Controversial passage on fertility removed from Polish school textbook
According to critics, the book suggested that children born via IVF would not be loved.
New Polish school textbook provokes anger over section on fertility
According to critics, the book says that no one loves children who are conceived via IVF.
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Eye on the future: the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Academy
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Top tech: Europe's future female leaders
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Cornish: The minority language that needs more speakers
Cornish is spoken by around 600 people in the UK. Although there's only a handful of people who still know it, it's history predates the English language.
'The topic is still taboo': Italy's lack of sexual education in school
Italy is one of the last member states in the European Union where sex education is not mandatory in schools: "The main problem is ignorance, in the etymological sense of the word".
Summer 2022: Nine podcasts you have to check out
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Peter Tabichi, Kenya's million dollar award-winning school teacher (Inspire Africa)
I became a science teacher because I thought, you know, through science, you can learn a lot. You can learn about the world around you... through science we can unlock the great potential of our young people. We can be able to come up with.. , to offer solutions to so many challenges that the world
'Hologram patients' help train UK medical students in world first
Learners put on mixed reality headsets and are immersed in a lifelike training scenario, overlaid onto their physical environment.
Algeria invests in its youth to boost human development and economic growth
More and more Algerians are graduating from universities and the country wants to keep them in the country.
Brussels to 'rapidly' release delayed EU funds for Palestinian schools
A months-long dispute around the content of textbooks effectively blocked the whole package of financial aid.
This woman is using magic tricks to teach kids about climate change
Megan Swann is not only the youngest and first female president of the magic society, she's using her position to raise awareness about climate change and the environment.
This gorgeous sustainable school keeps students cool in 45 degrees
Deep in the Indian desert, this amazing elliptical school is a sustainable masterpiece.
How 'RoboCoop' is teaching the next generation of STEM innovators?
Smart Regions heads to Bratislava, Slovakia, to see how a European project called RoboCoop is inspiring the next generation of innovators.
UK launches visa scheme for 'elite' university graduates
The new 'high potential individual' visa category will let eligible applicants go to UK without a job offer.
Activist Malala Yousafzai wins 2022 Cannes LionHeart Award
The award is given to recognise people harnessing their position to make a positive change in the world.
Beech Power: the project protecting Europe's native forests
Europe’s ancient Beech forests are one of the best natural resources we have when it comes to tackling climate change, but they also face a combination of threats. An EU project has made it a priority to preserve what's left. We’ll be seeing what’s being done to preserve these precious ecosystems?
New life, new school: France welcomes Ukraine's refugee children
Around two million children have fled Ukraine since Russia's invasion in February. Most are now living in other EU countries. Witness travels to France to see how schools in the country are helping Ukrainian minors adjust to their new surroundings.
This underwater plant absorbs carbon 30 times faster than a rainforest
One environmental charity wants to repopulate the UK’s coasts with this carbon-capturing plant.
‘Libs of Tiktok’: Twitter account targets LGBT+ teachers in the U.S.
A popular Twitter account with over `1 million followers is targeting teachers promoting LGBTQ+ rights and inclusive education in the U.S.