The SCHOOL-ADAPT project responds to the Europe 2020 priorities in the area of education and training, youth and early school leaving in the context of globalization and labour market integration. With increasing migration into and within an already culturally diverse EU, even more efforts in the educational system are needed to respond to the needs of pupils with a migrant background and to prepare schools, teachers and parents for growing diversity in today’s classroom.
The project objectives are:
- Foster adaptability of school-age children (6-14 years old) to use and boost their learning potential and to meet the requirements of the education system of the unknown environment.
- Help children and young people from migrant backgrounds in the project countries to become well-integrated into the education system abroad and through this into society.
- Contribute to improving migrant pupils' overall school performance and well-being.
- Prepare highly qualified, special primary and lower-secondary educators & teachers to work with migrant students.
- Tackle educational disadvantages and early school, leaving by giving migrant parents' opportunities to support their children in their learning in the project countries.
- Reduce social isolation and perceived barriers to full integration among migrant children.
- primary and lower-secondary school students (6-14 years old)
- primary and/or lower -secondary school teachers and experts
- school psychologists, educators, management staff