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Ides Nicaise (eds.) (2000)

The right to learn. Educational strategies for socially excluded youth in Europe

Bristol : The Policy Press

The right to learn explores a wide range of strategies, both at the policy level and in the field, to improve educational success among such disadvantaged children, taking stock of good practice in a selection of EU member states, chosen to reflect the diversity in systems an dpolicies that currently exist.

The approaches studied include early childhood intervention, financial support to students, multi-service schools, home-school liaison projects, inclusive education for children with special needs, 'active' or 'constructivist' schools, reforms in teacher training, educational priority schemes, second chance schools etc.

Co-authors: Mia Douterlungne, Ilse Vleugels, Sheila Riddell, Alastair Wilson, Kay Tisdall, Neus Roca Cortés, Emer Smyth, Breda McCabe, Joaquim Bernardo, Nelson Matias, Ben Hövels, Ton Eimers, Sjaak van den Berg, Kees Meijer, Renze Portengen.
 
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