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Announcing an Erasmus+  course and a conference in Thessaloniki in Greece next Autumn

RECIPE - Education Centres & the best practices to prevent Early School Leaving
The overall objective is to explore and enhance the quality and performance of school- REC partnerships and thereby help schools throughout Europe meet the 2020 headline target of reducing early leaving to below 10%. The aim is to do this by progressing a broad, inter-related set of LLP objectives and priorities fo-cused on Priority 1.2.4 for Comenius multilateral pro-jects, i.e. “Reducing early school leaving, improving the learning of students with migrant backgrounds and Roma pupils as well as promoting gender equality and inclusive approaches to learning”.

Through collaboration between partners we intend to develop and disseminate better quality, trans European training and support systems for our target groups of teachers, school leaders, teacher trainers, in all European countries. These systems encompass training courses for both the induction of teachers and for their continuing professional development in relation to the needs of their local communities disadvantaged groups.   NB Funding is usually available to take part in these - see the leaflets below.

Course Leaflet Thessaloniki

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Conference Leaflet Thessaloniki

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