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  • Using facts to combat fakes

    We can and must support young people in achieving digital sovereignty. An opinion piece by Dr. Thomas de Maizière

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  • Guides for parents

    Family as a place of learning and education - now available also in Ukrainian language

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  • Our foundation turns 18

    18 highlights from Deutsche Telekom Stiftung’s 18-year history

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  • AI in education

    Teaching and learning at school with artificial intelligence tools

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  • Vision for the future of learning

    The OECD Learning Compass 2030 outlines competencies for tomorrow

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  • Homeschooling experiences

    Students view learning at home as positive

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  • Knowing what counts in future

    Deutsche Telekom Stiftung realigns itself

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International activities

International activities

Deutsche Telekom Stiftung is reaching out beyond Germany’s borders and promoting educational excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in other countries.

Action with impact

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2,600

mathematics teachers were trained as multipliers by the DZLM.

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27

percent of 10-16 year olds believe they are significantly behind in learning due to school closures during the Corona pandemic.

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11,235

students are currently participating in or have completed a Junior Engineer Academy.