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Lifelong Learning Project - School Inclusion - Preventing Early School Leaving


  • School Inclusion Website

    Link to the School Inclusion project website.

  • I Am Not Scared

    The “I Am Not Scared” project intends to identify the best European strategies to prevent and tackle the bullying phenomenon.

  • Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)

    European Commission Programme created to enable individuals at all stages of their lives to pursue stimulating learning opportunities across Europe.


    Project promoter, CIPAT is a consortium made up of 31 public secondary schools, including several courses of studies.


    Pixel, project coordinator, is an education and training institution based in Florence (Italy).

  • EAR - Education and Relation to Fight against Drop Out

    This project proposes teacher training material to fight the problem of drop out.

  • DOOR

    This project develops guidelines to improve the situations and conditions of students at risk of dropping out.

  • The Learning Game Project

    This project promotes the application of videogames and multimedia applications to education.

  • The Michelangelo Project

    This project, addressed to secondary school art teachers, promotes the sharing of teaching material on fine arts related to 5 European countries in the last 10 centuries.

  • EnergeTIC

    This project foster a transnational exchange among European secondary schools on the topic of sustainable development and energy.

  • Multimedia History Memorial

    The aim of the project is to foster the acquisition of a transnational point of view on European contemporary history.

  • Regards Croisés

    This project promotes a common analysis of the different methods for teaching the history of World War I, at secondary school level.

  • European Languages for Business

    This project promotes the use of an internet portal for the teaching of foreign languages at secondary school level.

  • LeTS

    This project proposes an online course to train language teachers to the application of new technologies for language teaching.

  • Retain

    The aim of the project is to support young people in carrying out their educational and vocational plans; to identify successful experience and methods used to prevent drop-outs; to test and further develop best practice

  • E.SP.air

    Espair aims at an innovative alternative that is able to reduce the number of young people, aged 13- 18, with disadvantaged social background, at risk for dropping out of school; it is also addressed to school dropouts that precociously left school because of personal, family, socio-economic grounds.

  • Hellenic Network of Open and Distance Education (HNODE)

    The Hellenic Network of Open and Distance Education is a scientific non profitable association representing Greek Scientists who are involved in provision and research in Open and Distance education, actively promote the philosophy of Open and Distance education, promote the free access to life long education to all citizens and function in innovative forms of alternative education.

  • Primary Teacher Training Institute “ Evangelos Papanoutsos”

    The Primary Teachers Training Institute is foundered in the 1998-99 in the Department of Education, University of Patras, which is responsible for its organization and operation. The aim of the institute is the training and qualification of teaching staff in primary education. In this context the institute seeks to monitor developments in science and especially science education and educational technology, to promote research, production and transmission of knowledge and experiences that contribute to the educational development of the country, to provide the necessary additional general and specific knowledge and skills that ensure free and fair scientific and professional careers of teachers of primary education

  • IEIE - International Education Information Exchange e.V.

    IEIE is a non-profit, non-partisan, public interest NGO (non-governmental organization) based in Stuttgart, Germany. Most activities of IEIE are implemented by volunteers. IEIE offers international youth exchange programmes, youth information activities, training courses for youth workers and actions with the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programmes. In addition, there are bilateral activities between the City of Stuttgart and its international twin cities.

  • Evangelische Fachhochschule Reutlingen-Ludwigsburg

    The Evangelische Fachhochschule (Protestant University) Reutlingen-Ludwigsburg has a long tradition in church-supported social and welfare service engagements in Württemberg. Founded in 1954, it follows as successor to the “Evangelische Schule für Heimerziehung” - Reutlingen, the “ Wohlfahrtspflegerschule and the” Soziale Frauenschule “ founded in 1911, 1930 and 1947 respectively, all under the auspices of the Church of Württemberg. Nowadays, the University Institute for Applied Sciences analyses new learning methods for adult learners with bilingual background helping them to improve existing language skills and competences. The University develops methods for participatory observation and evaluation of learning progress.

  • Verein Multikulturell Migrationsakademie

    The Multicultural Association has launched two years ago, the \"migration Academy\" to life. Since then here run training programs for migrants in full swing, and especially young people show great interest in the tenders. Verein Multikulturell’s Academy for Training of Migrants provides language courses for migrants and individuals mit bilingual background in Tyrol.

  • ANUP - Asociata Nationala a Universitatilor Populare

    ANUP is Romania’s largest adult education provider. Special courses target towards bi-lingual adults in Romania belonging to the country’s ethnic minority groups. These courses try to improve in-lingual skills of adult learners.

  • Iceland University of Education, Dep of Continuing Education

    The expertise of The Iceland University of Education is distance education. Since the year 1993 The Iceland University of Education has offered distance educational programme using modern technology. Various learning styles models have been used and developed and now most courses are on offer both as distance/flexible learning environment as well as traditional teaching environment.

  • Väglednings- och lärcentrum (Guidance and learning centre)

    Guidance and learning centre is an organization that supports adult learning. The main areas are Outreaching activities, Guidance counseling, Validation and Flexible learning.

  • University of Ostrava

    University of Ostrava is located in the North-East Region of the Czech Republic. In academic year 2003-2004, around 6000 full-time students studied a total of 48 degree programmes made up of 116 individual subjects, and over 3000 students were enrolled on the University´s lifelong education courses. Courses are taught by a total of 365 lecturers (from a total of staff). University of Ostrava is made up 4 faculties and 3 research institutions: Faculty of Arts, Pedagogical Faculty, Medico-Social Faculty, Faculty of Science.


    The “Savoir pour reussir” is a regional centre for vocational training and adult education and provides a wide range of course enabling young people and adults to gain qualification for further education and professional life. The centre uses a modern technology (ICT tools) in a practice and teaches students how to use it in a pedagogical practice, learning process and daily life.

  • BIOTOPIA Employment promotion company

    BIOTOPIA facilitates new job-related perspectives and (re-)integrates jobless people at the employement market.

  • Braun Concept. Communication and Consulting for Economy, Science, and Education

    The focus of consulting lies on all facets of education: Consulting of educational institutions, development of networks, design and implementation of educational projects, conception of and carrying out seminars, workshops and lectures.

  • Criminological Research Institute

    KFN is an independent interdisciplinary working research institute focussing on practice- oriented criminological research.

  • Ruhrwerkstatt Kultur – Arbeit im Revier E.V.

    Ruhrwerkstatt stands up for people to get an equal chance in individual, professional and cultural development. It´s main focus is the area youth, school and profession. Ellen Klunk-Babel. Member of the national expert group

  • EMBED Project

    Embedding Dyslexia-Responsive Practices in Lifelong Learning is an international project to inform about dyslexia related issues teachers, students and parents. The project aims to combine the experience, products and findings of a selection of projects focusing on dyslexia.

  • ROUTES Project

    The Routes project aims to open a common reflection at European level on the theme of migration and integration of migrants to help European teachers and students to better understand current immigration related issues.

  • Chemistry is All Around Us Project

    The project aims to identify the best strategies to foster the involvement of students and adults in the learning of scientific subjects and of chemistry in particular.

  • On Air Project

    The On Air project has the aim to exploit the use of new media (television, internet, radio etc.) as innovative educational means. 8 educational packages has been developed focusing on: Writing Skills, Reading Skills, Choosing Skills, Critical Thinking Skills.

  • LeTS GO project

    The aim of the LeTS Go project, promoted by ISIS Leonardo Da Vinci and coordinated by Pixel, is to promote an effective application of new technologies to the teaching and learning of foreign languages.

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15 November 2012

Stay@School at the Future of Education Conference

The Stay@School projet will be presented at the third edition of the “Future of Education” international conference, held in Florence, Italy, on 13 - 14 June 2013. Over 250 participants from all over the world will attend the conference. The conference participants belong to the sectors of higher education, school education, vocational education and training as well as adult education, therefore representing all of the target groups of the Stay@School project.

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