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Boost for education research

Germany’s federal education ministry has launched a €250-million research programme.

The Framework Programme for Empirical Education Research will examine how everybody in Germany can be given the same educational opportunities, what people need to learn to be successful in the modern world, how integration and inclusion can be improved, and how the potential of digitisation can be fulfilled, the government said.

An important goal of the programme is to transfer research results into practice, the ministry said in a statement on 24 July. The programme has a budget of €250 million over five years.

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