schooling

Shahd, a Syrian refugee girl, and her Back on Track Syria mentor learn Arabic in the Kiezspinne community center in Berlin Lichtenberg on January 25, 2020 | Photo: Benjamin Bathke
Children learn to write in the Moria refugee camp on Lesbos island, Greece | Photo: EPA/Orestis Panagiotou
Italian President Sergio Mattarella | Photo: ANSA
About one in 25 school-age children in Germany was born outside Europe | picture alliance
Eritrea has been increasingly militarized since the conflict with Ethiopia in 2000 | COPYRIGHT: picture-alliance/dpa/A. Joe
CDU lawmaker Carsten Linnemann speaks at a party event in Paderborn | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/G.Kirchner
"The Other 1 Percent" - refugees at institutions for higher education worldwide - photo exhibition at Germany's Federal Foreign Office in Berlin on June 18, 2019 | Photo: Benjamin Bathke
Najat - with the pink shirt - and her family. Photo: ANSA
School girl in Surkhrod District, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, 10 April, 2019  © UNICEF/UN0309029/Kokic
A girl wearing a headscarf in school | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/B.Thiessen
The general idea is that all children have to continue their compulsory schooling at least until the age of about 15 and 16
Inside a classroom on the first day of school at a Rome high school, 12 September 2011. ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO