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Posts tagged with ‘inclusive education’

  • 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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  • Germany: Rethinking and improving teacher training

    Germany’s union for education and science is gearing up to host a conference in September focused on helping teachers navigate the challenges of working in a 21st century classroom. Education International’s (EI) affiliate, The Gewerkschaft Erziehung und Wissenschaft (GEW), will launch its GEW Forum on the future of teacher training with a conference, Beyond Teacher Education, in Leipzig, central Germany […]
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  • Are you an immigrant-run organisation that works in the area of inclusive education?

    Do you represent migrant teachers, parents or students? Do you help students with a migrant background with after school activities? Do you as a community organisation work with schools to improve the services they offer? Do you do any other activities that aim to achieve a more inclusive and diverse education system? If you are an migrant-run organisation and answer […]
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  • Sweden: How to support inclusive education in a school where 99% of students are descendants of immigrants

    99 percent of the 800 students at the school Ronnaskolan in Södertälje, a city southwest of Stockholm, are pupils with a migrant background. A situation that can easily exceed school capacities, especially when considering that many pupils do not speak Swedish when arriving at school, have experienced war and expulsion in their country of origin or come from a low socio-economic background. Despite these challenges, Ronnaskolan has been remarkably successful in preparing its students for secondary education and providing quality education.
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