"Putting wings on learning!" This is the slogan of the German School Award (Der Deutsche Schulpreis) by the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Heidehof Stiftung. The award honors educational achievements and helps make them usable to improve the quality of schools all over Germany. The main award ist endowed with 100,000 euros.

Photo: Max Lautenschläger


"I Am Not a Slave to My Illness"

Around 40 percent of people in Germany are affected by chronic disease – an increasing trend that includes conditions such as asthma, rheumatism, diabetes, and mental illnesses. In most cases, those affected simply cannot carry on as before; they have to make changes in their life. They can find out how to make these changes successful as part of the INSEA self-management program.

Why Is Populism So Popular?

A group of international journalists is hunting for answers surrounding the events of the French election: why is the concept of a united Europe in such peril right now? The first event of the Bosch Alumni Network is proof that different perspectives inform your own opinion – and that the networking of the alumni opens up new possibilities.

Recommendations for Better All-Day Schools

The number of students attending all-day schools in Germany has increased. Significant efforts were put into the expansion, but education researchers are seeing sobering results. For this reason, together with three foundations that support improvements to education, the Robert Bosch Stiftung has created comprehensive recommendations relating to policy and administrative changes.

"The Progress of Seven Decades Is Now in Peril"

The transatlantic partnership is increasingly being called into question by nationalist and divisive forces in both American and European politics and society. New impulses and analyses are needed to reinforce transatlantic cooperation. This is the main objective of the "Brookings - Robert Bosch Foundation Transatlantic Initiative". Brookings' president Strobe Talbott explains, why the initiative could not be more timely.