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Primary and junior high schools in Greece have been able to reopen for in-person schooling for the first time in months.
Peru's first 'pandemic proof' school is embracing outdoor learning
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10 people killed in Colorado supermarket shooting
Police arrested a lone suspect after an hours-long standoff at a Boulder supermarket.
Britons living in Spain faced with post-Brexit reality
Britons are advised to register for healthcare as residents in Spain and have until June 30, 2021 to change their driving licences to Spanish ones.
Football for Friendship awards Bolivian 'superwomen' girls academy
With her army of 'super poderosas' (superwomen) girls' football academy in Bolivia, sports journalist Carmen Pozo is raising the next generation of young female athletes.
Turkey rejects criticism of its handling of ongoing student protests
Students have been protesting the appointment of an Erdogan loyalist as the rector of Istanbul's prestigious Bogazici University, with some demonstrations resulting in clashes with security forces.
Making Zorrotzaurre the 'Manhattan of Bilbao'
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Meet the TikTok stars using viral videos to save the planet
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Emmanuel Macron promises students one euro lockdown meals
Students whose mental health is suffering from prolonged isolation from classes and friends will also be offered "psychologist cheques".
D is for democracy: Swiss preschoolers learn to be good citizens
It's all part of efforts to get children accustomed to Switzerland's famed direct democracy and frequent referendums.
Italy's schools set to reopen as NGOs warn of remote learning risks
After two months of closed classrooms, Italian primary, middle and secondary school students return to the classrooms. But 50% of older student will still have to rely on distance learning.
Schools closed and exams scrapped as England enters third lockdown
In the first lockdown schools and colleges were given little more than 48 hours to set up remote education. This time they are much better prepared, according to the Association of School and College Leaders.
French music programme puts children in orchestra for free
A musical education programme has been taking orchestras to neighbourhoods where conservatory seems out of reach.
300 schoolboys kidnapped in Nigeria have been freed - state governor
The abduction of more than 300 boys bears chilling similarities to the kidnapping of more than 270 schoolgirls by Boko Haram in 2014. About 100 of those girls are still missing.
How COVID created 'most stressful environment' for Europe's teachers
From primary schools in France where there is "almost never a substitute" when teachers are off, to a secondary school teacher in London who has never felt more stressed, here's how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting Europe's educators.
This architect builds schools in Senegal using upcycled materials
She also founded a charity which teaches local people to build their own houses from upcycled materials.
Football for Friendship to set digital world record during pandemic
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Without access to technology to take part in online classes, Roma children are disproportionately being forced to abandon their education during lockdowns - and with it, their best chance at improving their futures.
More pressure on UK government over meals for disadvantaged children
Prime Minister Boris Johnson insists that the government will not fund free school meals for children at risk of going hungry in England over the half-term holiday.
Smart Schools - a cross-border project making schools greener
In the former enemy nations of Bosnia-Herzogovina and Croatia, a new European cross-border project is promoting greener, cleaner schools and eco-friendly innovation - as well as better relations.
E-learning: boosted by the pandemic, where is it headed next?
The sudden explosion in distance learning because of COVID-19 has been positive in some areas and challenging in others - but how will it be incorporated in education going forward? Focus takes a look at the background to e-learning and - and how it's working now for students, educators and adults.
The 18-year-old activist changing the climate conversation in the UK
She led 5,000 kids onto the roads in protest, now Noga Levy-Rapoport is trying to reform the education system.