SCHOOL+
FAMILY
ALLIANCE

School and family cooperation to prevent problems that could lead to early school leave: The role of parents of remote areas and vulnerable groups - Participation in a survey and online discussion

SCHOOL+FAMILY ALLIANCE PROJECT

When? Friday 5 April, 15.30-17.00

Where? Online

– How can we create an open channel of communication between school and family?

– What factors influence the smooth attendance of children at school?

– What is the role of parents in addressing the problems that can lead to early school leaving?

If you would like to answer these questions, we invite you to participate in the survey and online focus group discussion carried out in the framework of the School+Family Alliance project.

SURVEY AND DISCUSSION

The debate is addressed to parents and guardians of remote areas and vulnerable groups and any other interested parties in the school community.
The European School+Family Alliance project aims to strengthen school-family cooperation to identify and address the learning problems that can lead to early school leaving.
It has the following main objectives:
– Addressing early school leaving through parental engagement.
– Training teachers to involve parents in school life

PARTNERS

Sofia University (Bulgaria), Prism (Italy), GrowthCoop (Spain), Aproximar (Portugal), Ege University (Turkey), Athens Lifelong Learning Institute (Greece).

Registrations have been completed

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INFORMATION:

For further information and applications, you can contact the Athens Lifelong Learning Institute at info@athenslifelonglearning.gr.

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