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  1. Turkish Migrants and Education Group of National Experts on the Education of Migrants 13-14 October 2008 Paris

  2. The immigration of the Turkish workers to Western European countries startedin the beginning of 1960’s.

  3. Common Qualifications of Turkish Immigrants-1 The first generation Turks: • mostly from rural areas, • with low educational backgrounds, • withoutprofessionalqualifications

  4. CommonQualifications of Turkish Immigrants-2 • Lack of language & communication, • Feeling lonely and insecure, • Willingness to continue their living style, segregated immigrants from therest of the community.

  5. Common Qualifications of Turkish Immigrants-3 • Educational backgrounds, • Living standards, Effecttheir school performance and integration.

  6. Common Qualifications of Turkish Immigrants-4 • Insufficiency of the host country's language competencies, • Difficulties to learn mother-tongue, Lack of communication with in families and with schools Lead migrants to special education

  7. Services Provided by the Ministry of National Education (MoNE) • MoNE has appointed abroad Turkish Language and Culture teachers since 1970’s, to guide students and their parents.

  8. Number of Teachers Appointed Abroad 2002 - 2007

  9. MoNE • Prepares curriculum for Turkish Language and Culture Course, • Signs bilateral negotiations and agreements at the Ministerial level, • Arranges meetings of Education Experts with the countries where Turkish immigrant population is high, • Education oriented visits to Turkey for foreign principals, teachers, • Develops sister school implementations.

  10. 41 Education Counselor and Education Attaché offices in 15 countries

  11. SUGGESTIONS-1 • Additional courses, • Mothers have a vital role, • Teachers and multicultural dialogue, • Surveys and analysis on successful migrant students,

  12. SUGGESTIONS-2 • “Successful Migrant Role Models”, • Migrant integration projects, • Expert support from motherlands, • Migrantsadults • courses on language , • vocational courses • “Segregation Schools”

  13. SUGGESTIONS-3 • EU projects and collaboration with homelands, • A specific student mobility program.

  14. Meral HACIPAŞAOĞLU Deputy General Director Ministry of National Education, TURKEY meralh@meb.gov.tr