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Posts tagged with ‘inclusion’

  • 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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  • Poitiers, 27-28 August – European Forum for Engaged Young People

    As part of the European Forum for Engaged Young People due to take place in the University of Poitiers on 27 and 28 August next, the French SIRIUS partner, Association de la Fondation Etudiante pour la ville (AFEV), will be highlighting the issue of inclusion and exclusion of migrants in education in it’s SIRIUS National Round Table on Migrant Education. […]
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  • The Netherlands: Platform Migrant Parents and Education

    FORUM was set up after the fusion of a number of national level migrant organisations that had been founded to protect the interests of specific migrant groups, namely of the Turkish, the Moroccan, Surinam, Antillean, and Moluk communities respectively. While FORUM initially continued to focus on protecting the interests and improving the position of migrant groups in the Netherlands,
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  • UK: Social integration is a key factor to increase educational achievements of pupils with a migrant background

    There are currently more than one million kids living in the UK whose native language is not English. In the past, most studies in the field of migrant education have therefore concentrated on the link between language proficiency and school performance. Now, however, a new study provides a fresh approach to the topic by looking beyond the traditional indicator of […]
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