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Photo: Max Lautenschläger 
The Anne-Frank-Realschule in Munich is winner of the 2014 German School Award and was honored by Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
Photo: Theodor Barth 
The Robert Bosch Stiftung actively works toward ensuring that young people have fair starting conditions and receive personalized support - regardless of their background or social status.
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Photo: Max Lautenschläger 
Since 2006, the Foundation has honored outstanding schools in Germany with the German School Award. The photo shows the 2013 prize winners together with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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Photo: Max Lautenschläger 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talking with students during the 2013 award ceremony in Berlin.
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Photo: Theodor Barth 
The German School Award is based on six areas of quality: academic achievement, dealing with diversity, quality of classroom instruction, responsibility, school life, and the school as a learning institution.
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Photo: Stefan Kaiser 
At the German School Award Academy, award-winning schools network in order to learn from one another.
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Photo: Albert Schmidt 
In September, the Foundation will open the UWC Robert Bosch College in Freiburg, the first United World College in Germany.
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Photo: Albert Schmidt 
Construction of the school began with a symbolic ground-breaking ceremony on Robert Bosch’s 150th birthday in 2011. Students from around the world will live and learn together in Freiburg.