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Archive for November, 2014

  • Second trilateral meeting on language in early school years

    It was held on 23rd and 24th October in Tallinn with professionals from Estonia, Norway and Spain (Catalonia). All these countries differ in their language policies: Estonia has a really multi-language orientation through their history with Russians. They providing MT education when 10 students ask. Learning languages, especially Russia is important for the development of the country (trade with Russia, etc.). There are Estonian Schools. […]
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  • Newsletters on specific topics

    The communication officer launched during November 4 newsletters with all the documents produced by SIRIUS during the last 3 years regarding: Enhancing education policies (4th November 2014) Mentoring (6th November 2014) Developing School Capacity for Diversity (12th November 2014) Language Support for Migrant Learners in Policy and Practice (14th November 2014)
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  • Inclusive Education. Fighting Inequalities in Education and Training – Brussels, 10 December 2014

    The Launch of the flagship initiative on 'Inclusive Education. Fighting Inequalities in Education and Training' on 10th December will take place during the Lifelong Learning Week 2014 (#LLLWeek2014). The seminar is meant to bring people together to discuss what the strategy on inclusive education could look like within the Europe 2020 Strategy. Thomas Huddleston of the Migration Policy Group will be there to present the SIRIUS Agenda for Migrant Education in Europe.
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  • Press release: Migrant education policies across Europe: “the most important issue facing European education over the next decade”

    The SIRIUS Network on the education of children and young people with a migrant background has developed recommendations and a clear Agenda for Migrant Education in Europe that give concrete guidelines on how to improve education systems so as to decrease the achievement gap for all low-achieving students.
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