Green paper « Migration and mobility: challenges and opportunities for EU education systems » COM(2008) 423 OECD 13 October 2008 Laura Cassio, European Commission firstname.lastname@example.org. Issue of increasing relevance for MS: conclusions of the 2008 Spring European council .
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Green paper « Migration and mobility: challenges and opportunities for EU education systems » COM(2008) 423OECD 13 October 2008Laura Cassio, European Commissionlaura.email@example.com
EY Intercultural dialogue
Aim of the paper:
- provide analysis of the issue, based on evidence and research
- foster a debate
- reflection on what can be done at EU level (also through the 1977 directive)Why?
Review by University of Bamberg (EFMS)
Work of the Peer learning Cluster on Social inclusion
Published on 3 July, as part of renewed Social agendaHow?
Synthesis of research, concise and addressed to policymakers
Focus on the nature, causes and possible remedies for educational disadvantages.
Explanations for educational disadvantage at the macro-, meso- and microlevels.
http://www.nesse.fr/nesse/nesse_top/activites/education-and-migrationReview of literature - EFMS
(pupils who are marked both by the linguistic and cultural differences between homes and schools, and by the low status of parents and ethnic identities in the host society)What? The subject
Challenge for schools (new skills for teachers, polarisation of services)
Diversity is a resource, but need to make sense of itWhat? The issue
BUT systems matter:
early tracking; segregation; stereotypes and representationsWhat? Causes of educational disadvantage