Classrooms in Europe are becoming increasingly diverse, with more students having roots from different parts of the world and speaking a multitude of languages. According to PISA 2015, more than one in ten 15-year-olds in European schools are first and second-generation migrants. In the last three years, the regular migration to European Union has been overshadowed by massive inflow of asylum seekers. Over the course of 2015 and 2017, around 2 million people applied for asylum in an EU country. In 2017, more than 30% of all asylum requests concerned children.