education

School girl in Surkhrod District, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, 10 April, 2019  © UNICEF/UN0309029/Kokic
Many young people dream of getting a university education | Photo: Picture Alliance / dpa
The Piazza del Duomo in the northern Italian town of Trento | Photo: ANSA/CLAUDIA TOMATIS
Migrants charge their phones and go online at the Cité des sciences library in Paris. Photo: Anne-Diandra Louarn / InfoMigrants
Photo credit: Associazione Giustizia e Pace Onlus
Workers fix train tracks in Cologne, Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/Geisler-Fotopress/C.Hardt
Archive photograph of Syrian refugees at the Islahiye refugee camp in Hatay, set up by Turkey and run by the Turkish Red Crescent to accommodate Syrian refugees | EPA/JODI HILTON
The primary school in the Greek village of Vathy on Samos | left.gr
Syrian refugee children standing inside a camp for forcibly displaced people in Khirbet al-Joz, Latakia, Syria | ARCHIVE/EPA/MOHAMMED BADRA
The general idea is that all children have to continue their compulsory schooling at least until the age of about 15 and 16
Classes at the KEDU center on the Greek island of Kos. Students play a word association game with their teachers. | Photo: UNHCR / Achilleas Zavallis
Inside a classroom on the first day of school at a Rome high school, 12 September 2011. ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO