There used to be about fifteen Muslim schools in Sweden. Now, only two remain. The other ones have disappeared.
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The average European child spends 3-4 hours online every day. That also means that our children, kept in check by their parents, who spend 1-1.5 hours a day online, balance out their peers who spend 6-8 hours a day online.
The Evangelical umbrella organisation CNEF in France is taking the initiative to help Protestant churches deal with sexual abuse in their structures.
Kids don't like studying. They don't like to be lectured, taught, instructed, or corrected. If they could have a day of their dreams, it would be playing all day and eating sweets and junk food. Nobody would dream of spending a day at school.
We gave into the social pressure and the demands of online schoolwork: at the age of 12, our kids got their own phones. Well, not iPhones, nor smartphones... but "dumbphones". You know, the ones with buttons.
Will there still be room for priests with a traditional view on marriage and sexuality in the future? Theology students from NLA College in Bergen seriously worry about their future.
The Norwegian Education Minister withdraws the cuts in the grants for free schools. She calls for a review after it was discovered that the schools were not informed correctly. But private schools are not reassured.
Next school year, both primary schools and schools for children with special needs must ban smartphones from their classrooms. That is an order of the Dutch Education Minister Mariëlle Paul. A Danish survey confirms the negative impact of screens on children.
In Germany, there has just been a stir in some Christian circles because of the news that "A Christian school has been closed by the state". However, a closer look reveals a more nuanced picture and it becomes clear that Christian schools in Germany are not in danger.
Ever had a Monday morning when you didn't feel like getting up? When you open your eyes and you know that in the next hour or so you have to somehow wake up the kids, prepare their snacks, and check that they're packed.