Education

Getting their feet wet: the alpine ecosystem of Leysin in French-speaking Switzerland is a fertile environment for budding scientists.
Macky Sall visits a vocational school in Lausanne
Meeting a politician in the parliament building in the capital, Bern: Senator Caroni says such a visit was one of the decisive moments for him as a teenager to "get hooked" on politics
A trainee teacher with sixth grade pupils during her final internship in Thun
A police officer walks past the Reitschule in Bern, after the demonstration, on Saturday February 25
Natalie Joray as delegate at a MUN conference (courtesy Natalie Joray)
Swiss Academy of Sciences President Marcel Tanner believes scientists should spend more time getting their hands dirty in field training, and less time sitting in lecture halls.
All schoolchildren will soon be on the same page.
Maths will get competency-oriented goals under Lehrplan 21
Classic look with a global view: the main building at ETH Zurich
As part of his training, David Gilligan regularly takes the horses for a drive.
Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi teaching a class. It is thanks to the famous 18th century educational reformer that illiteracy was almost completely overcome in Switzerland by 1830