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Posts tagged with ‘early school leaving’

  • ET2020 Working Group on School Policy – Brussels, 15 December 2014

    What are Working Groups? As part of the Education and Training 2020 (ET2020) Open Method of Coordination, the Commission and Member States cooperate in the form of Working Groups. Working Groups are designed to help Member States address the key challenges of their education and training systems, as well as common priorities agreed at European Level. The primary focus of the Working Groups […]
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  • Education and Training Monitor 2014 now available

    The third annual edition of the Education and Training Monitor charts the evolution of education and training systems across Europe. It brings together, in a concise, digestible way, the latest quantitative and qualitative data, recent technical reports and studies, plus policy documents and developments. While focused on empirical evidence, each section in the Monitor has clear policy messages for the Member States. […]
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  • Mentoring in Education -Stakeholder meeting report

    The final SIRIUS stakeholder meeting on the issue of mentoring took place in association with the final conference of the SUPREME mentoring project on 27 October in the Neth-ER offices in Brussels. The objective of the conference was to: Learn about good practices in the field of preventing early school leaving and youth unemployment; Experience how mentoring binds education and industry on a European level; Explore state of the art mentoring results in European countries; Involve decision makers in order to secure the mentor methodology and the cooperation of industry and education in Europe.
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  • Early School Leaving – A Pathway for Change

    In November 2013, the Thematic Working Group on Early School Leaving (ESL) published it’s final report. Made up of policy makers, practitioners and experts from EU Member States, partner countries and key stakeholder organisations, the Working Group was set up by the European Commission to support Member States to develop and implement comprehensive policies on Early School Leaving. Final Report […]
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