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Ariadne Pfad:


Europäische Kommission

Integrating immigrant children into schools in Europe.

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This survey, which focuses on the different modes of integration of immigrant pupils adopted in European education systems, is made up of six chapters. Chapter 1 begins with an overview of integration policies and cooperation as outlined in recent legislation and decisions reached at EU level, before going on to consider the important work undertaken in this field also by the Council of Europe. [...] Chapter 2 examines demographic trends in Europe and is divided into two parts. The first discusses the general and widely differing trends in each country, using Eurostat data and demographic indicators... The second focuses on immigrants at school, using indicators taken from PISA 2000 (OECD) international survey. Chapter 3 discusses the right to education and support measures intended specifically for immigrant schoolchildren. Chapter 4 examines measures for the integration of immigrant schoolchildren. The chapter first considers arrangements for their initial reception and guidance and for determining the level of schooling they require, and then examines how they are integrated into mainstream schooling. [...] Chapter 5 describes a specific type of measure to ensure that immigrant pupils remain proficient in their mother tongue and aware of their own cultural heritage. [...] Chapter 6 examines how curricula, legislation and other official sources promote an intercultural approach to school education, which is also an important dimension of initial teacher education and in-service teacher training. [...] The comparative overview is supplemented by detailed national contributions based on a common structure. Each contribution sets out definitions and the demographic context of immigration, measures for school-based support to immigrant children and their families, and different forms of intercultural approach with a final section on developments such as evaluation, pilot projects, debates and prospective reforms. All these contributions are contained on the CD-ROM supplied with the publication. (DIPF/Orig.).

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