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In the run up to the school summer holidays many Ukrainian students in Germany are feeling the pinch. They’re currently attending special classes to help them acclimatize to life in Germany, but many want to start back at school after the holidays in a mainstream class with German kids. They are also struggling to keep up with their normal Ukrainian school syllabus at the same time. This combined with helping their parents navigate their new lives in Germany means that many of these teens are under a lot of pressure.

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