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Posts tagged with ‘schools’

  • UK: London’s diverse ethnic population explains the success of its schools

    London’s diverse ethnic population is the reason for its pupils achieving significantly better GCSE results than the rest of England, according to a new study published on 12 November. This study from the Centre for Market and Public Organisation(CMPO) at the University of Bristol looked at GCSE data for the whole of England to understand what lies behind the ‘London Effect’ […]
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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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  • Italy: Ministry of Education establishes a National Observatory for the integration of foreign students

    A National Observatory for the integration of foreign students and interculturalism has been established by special decree by the Minister of Education, University and Research, Stefania Giannini.  It aims to identify solutions to implement effective integration policies in schools according to the real needs of an increasingly multicultural society and in constant transformation. The Observatory will be consultative and proactive.  In particular, […]
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  • Greece: Greek Forum of Migrants (GFM)

    The Greek Forum of Migrants is a network of immigrant organisations and communities. It aims at strengthening the self-organisation of immigrants and represents the voice of immigrants and their organisations and communities in Greece, with the objective of equal inclusion and participation in Greek society.
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