Digital tools and cooperation between organizations and schools to enhance inclusive education

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Communication, digitalization and cooperation to support schools in educational innovation and promote inclusive education.

From this need, born even before the COVID-19 emergency, the ENACTED project was started, with the aim of supporting educators in responding to the different needs of newly arrived immigrant students in order to strengthen their integration into the hosting educational and social system.

This is possible only by promoting cooperation between civil society organizations and schools through an innovative European network of active civil society for education and diversity, a digital platform that will facilitate:

  • the exchange of good practices and synergies between formal and non-formal education providers;
  • mutual support;
  • the development of common practices and values to enhance the effectiveness of educational interventions.

The project includes a national report on education systems and policies for inclusive education towards newly arrived immigrant students and working groups to which the parties will freely join, depending on their interests, to discuss educational barriers faced by newly arrived immigrant students.

The ENACTED partners intend to engage with governments and political actors for the design of educational policies and initiatives that promote inclusion and will work on the drafting of a Charter of Common Values on Education and Diversity that can be shared between organizations and schools of all the countries involved in the project.

Enacted will also provide virtual and physical round tables for the creation of the network and the sharing of good practices in order to promote a more participatory approach to education, as indicated by the European Commission.

About the project

ENACTED – European network of an active civil society for education and diversity is funded for the next three years by the Erasmus + program, Key Action 3: Support for policy reforms.

The partnership is made up of 6 organizations:

For more information

Read the project sheet.

Contact Luisa Zappalà: luisa.zappala@cesie.org

 

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