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European School Education Platform

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Reports and studies regarding school education policies from both European and national levels

Handbooks and resources on Jewish cemeteries

Protecting the Jewish cemeteries of Europe: fostering stakeholders’ involvement and awareness raising is a project co-funded by the EU and implemented by ESJF, Centropa and FJH. It aims to understand the extent to which Jewish heritage is currently utilised as a teaching resource to present the Jewish narrative in Europe.
Cultural heritage
Cultural diversity

Supporting refugee learners from Ukraine in schools in Europe

The Russian invasion of Ukraine forced many people to flee their home and search for protection in neighbouring European countries. While European countries have already taken many actions to address refugee learners’ educational needs, equal attention needs to be paid to their psychosocial needs.
Policy development
Migrant students

Supporting the inclusion of displaced children from Ukraine in education: considerations, key principles and practices for the school year 2022-2023

This Staff Working Document aims at pooling the currently available collective experience and knowledge and provide information on good practice and practical insights to support EU Member States in the inclusion of displaced children from Ukraine in education. It was written by the Commission services in consultation with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), representatives of ministries of education, stakeholder organisations that met in peer learning events between March and June 2022, and with experts from the Network working on the social dimension of education and training (NESET).
Migrant students
Cultural diversity

Big picture thinking: how to educate the whole person for an interconnected world

Global competence is not an automatic by-product of academic learning, it is something that needs to be nurtured. But how can this be done effectively? How do we design curricula, instruction, assessments, and learning environments that develop students’ global competence?
School leadership
Professional development
Policy development
Cultural diversity

A compendium of the 2021 European Innovative Teaching Award laureates

A lot of innovation takes place in schools across Europe driven by teachers and school communities. Teachers have developed new ways of integrating technologies in teaching and learning. As such, the European Innovative Teaching Award aims to recognise achievements within the Erasmus+ programme, showcasing projects that incorporate outstanding innovative teaching practices.
Pedagogy
Online learning
Language learning
Entrepreneurship
Distance learning
Digital tools

Enhancing learning through digital tools and practices: how digital technology in compulsory education can help promote inclusion

This EU comparative educational study aims to assess the actual and potential role of digital technologies in promoting access, quality, and equity in compulsory school education across Europe, along with their role in complementing and enhancing traditional forms of teaching and learning.
Special needs education
Online learning
Migrant students
Distance learning
Digital tools