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Inclusion through education and culture UNeECC-Compostela joint conference Mary Tupan-Wenno Pecs University, October 14, 2010. Content. Dutch context A culture of high expectations and success The ECHO Foundation. Dutch context. The Netherlands 1996 – 2050.

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Inclusion through education and culture UNeECC-Compostela joint conferenceMary Tupan-WennoPecs University, October 14, 2010
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Content
  • Dutch context
  • A culture of high expectations and success
  • The ECHO Foundation
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The Netherlands 1996 – 2050

Source: Central Bureau for the Statistics

share of ethnic minorities in urban education
Share of ethnic minorities in urban education
  • Primary education 70%
  • Secondary education  45%
  • Higher education  30%
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What are the parallels in the educational journey and life journey of studentsto access and to be successful in higher education?

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All students & professionals Edwin Hoffman

Ethnic group

Gender

Socio economic position

Education

Person

‘Color’

Family

Religious group

Age

parallels in the educational journey and life journey of students
Parallels in the educational journey and life journey of students
  • (Intrinsic) motivation  ambition
  • Information on expectations of the structure and culture in higher education
  • Social and cultural capital

The structure and culture of the system is not inclusive towards the large diversity in society

creating a culture of high expectations and success
Creating a culture of high expectations and success
  • Introducing the pedagogy of excellence to influence policy and practice at universities
  • Establishing the ECHO Foundation to influence negative images and improve social inclusion
pedagogy of excellence
Pedagogy of excellence
  • High expectations building on students strengths instead of deficiencies
  • High level of support (peer mentoring, -tutoring, - academic counseling)
  • Early outreach and academic preparation
  • Creating a campus climate where students feel included and involved  create a sense of belonging
  • Awareness on students cultural and social identity
implementation in the netherlands
Implementation in the Netherlands
  • 2002 – 2005 pilots at 7 universities across the country
  • 2006 – 2008 programs at 21 universities across the country
  • 2009 – 2014 programs at 10 universities in the urban areas

All with the aim to improve study success of all students and to create a more inclusive higher education.

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ECHO Foundation
  • ECHO Foundation is meant to create an infrastructure for collaboration, funding and leadership development. EF is funded by the public and private sector and is a joint effort of universities, employers, talented students, Government and ECHO.
  • ECHO Award: annual price for the most talented ethnic minority student nominated by their universities  makes excellence among underrepresented groups visible
  • Network of ECHO Ambassadors: all students who were once nominated by their institutions
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Thank you very much!

www.ean.org

www.echo-net.nl

marytupan@echo-net.nl