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Posts tagged with ‘policy recommendations’

  • 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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  • Brussels, 19-20 November 2014: “Helping Children and Youth with Migrant Background Succeed: Making schools matter for all”

    A SIRIUS Conference entitled “Helping Children and Youth with Migrant Background Succeed: Making schools matter for all” will take place in Brussels on 19 and 20 November 2014 in order to highlight successful strategies identified by the SIRIUS Network over the past three years to effectively implement holistic education policies with targeted measures for migrant students on a systematic level. At the local level and with a particular focus on children and youth, we will outline our suggestions for developing inclusive classrooms within schools that are open learning spaces and that develop strategic partnerships with the local community.
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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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  • Policy recommendations on the mid-term review of the ET2020 strategy

    EUCIS-LLL, the European Civil Society Platform on Lifelong Learning, has published a position paper on lifelong learning and education. Considering the upcoming mid-term reviews of the EU2020 and ET2020 strategies and subsequent revisions and policy changes, the report urges decision-makers to take on a more comprehensive approach to education. According to EUCIS-LLL, education should not be narrowed down to economic […]
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