“School Re-enrolment”, political action to fight the school dropout problem
FREREF, the Foundation of European Regions for Research, Education and Training, launched a research-action on school dropouts. The short- and medium-term objectives of the programme were to comprehend how this process of disengaging and reengaging functions and to draw up an inventory of support practices for re-engagement. The project was carried out by five European regions (Rhône- Alpes, the French Community of Belgium, Luxembourg, Francophone Switzerland and the Balearic Islands) and by Quebec. It allowed the partners to exchange good practices and to find out more about the experiences of each member of the group, in order to strengthen the modelling process which will make it possible to try out new practices and to pass them on. The regions agreed on nine common principles that should guide their political action on accompanying re-enrolment and provide a common culture on the subject, while respecting the specificity and operational framework of each member.
Organisation : FREREF
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