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France's top court upholds ban on abaya - despite concerns from Muslim leaders
Action for the Rights of Muslims had filed the motion with the State Council, seeking an injunction against the ban, claiming it was discriminatory and might incite hatred against the Muslim community.
Overworked French teachers offered more work for more cash
The start of the new school year marks the introduction of the "teachers' pact" for French schools, a new scheme enabling teachers to take on additional better-paid assignments. But unions have denounced the measure, calling for unconditional pay rises.
The UK government faces a fresh crisis over crumbling schools
British lawmakers headed back to Parliament on Monday after their summer break. But thousands of UK children won’t be returning to their classrooms this week, because their schools are at risk of collapse from crumbling concrete.
School meals in Europe: Which countries give free food to students?
A quarter of children are at risk of poverty or social exclusion in the EU. Some families have difficulties in feeding their kids. Five EU countries provide universal free school meals for at least some ages. Others mostly supply meals for the students whose families get income-related benefits.
Russian schoolchildren to use updated history books as new school year
New history textbooks for high school students have come under fire for alleged bias and distortion of events.
What are the rules in Europe for wearing religions clothes in class?
As France moved this week to ban students wearing traditional, modest, abaya dresses in class, we take a look at the situation in other European countries.
France bans abayas in school in the name of secularism
French Education Minister announced that the traditional clothing known as abaya will be banned in schools in the name of secularism. Certain Muslim students wear this loose dress on top of other clothes.
Eight people rescued from stranded cable car in Pakistan
All eight people stranded in a cable car hundreds of metres above a ravine in Pakistan have been brought to safety in a dramatic rescue.
French school bullies now face a move, not the victim, under new law
A new decree allows a bullying student to be transferred to another school. Previously, it was the victim who had to change schools. A cyberstalker from a school other than the victim's may also now be punished.
WATCH: school hit by Russian air strike in Kharkiv
Building duty officer Anton Maskin says he heard two drones flying past the school, and a third hitting the building.
UNESCO calls for a global smartphone ban in schools
The UN agency said that even being close to a smartphone has been linked with students being distracted in the classroom, which in turn causes poorer student performances.
Leonardo DiCaprio to fund scholarships in his old school
Leonardo DiCaprio will fund scholarships and a climate education program at the UCLA-based elementary school where he was once himself a scholarship student.
Six people killed in knife attack at Chinese preschool
A spokeswoman for the city government said the victims included one teacher, two parents and three pupils.
Girl dies after vehicle crashes into school in south-west London
Police at the scene in Wimbledon are not treating the event as a terrorist incident.
Dutch secondary schools to impose total ban on mobile phones
Secondary schools in the Netherlands are preparing for a government ban on all mobile phones amid fears they distract students
Teachers' wages: How do countries in Europe compare?
Teachers across Europe have gone on strike in the past year for better pay and working conditions. We look at the differences in salaries.
What can be done about the scale of bullying in schools and online?
The recent suicide of a 13-year-old French schoolgirl has reignited the debate on teenage bullying. At school or online, solutions exist to protect them, but too few are actually implemented.
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Despite graduating, the Swedish climate activist behind the global school strikes says ‘The fight has only just begun’.
Two dead after high school graduation shooting in Virginia
According to police, one of the victims was an 18-year-old male student who had just graduated while the other was a 36-year-old man who attended the ceremony.