Migrant children falling behind in education during Germany’s lockdown



Children of refugees are disproportionately affected lockdown in Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel warned. A major report on migration and integration in the country set out the added challenges faced by young people from a migrant background. Ms Merkel said children from immigrant families are in a “much more difficult situation” when “their parents don’t speak German at home,” as repeated closures of schools have led to widespread teaching from home. There are fears that such children are at a much greater risk of...

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