About Project

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Early school leaving represents missed opportunities for young people and loss of social and economic potential for the European Union as a whole. Youth unemployment is running currently at 20.0%(Eurostat,Communique de Presse 162/2010,29 October 2010) and early school leaving contributes directly to it.I n 2009 52% of early school leavers in EU were unemployed or outside the labour market(Eurostat ,LFS 2010)

At the level of economy and society at large high early school leaving rates have long-term effects on the social development and on economic growth. Early leavers tend to participate less in democratic process and less active citizens (NESSE(2009), p31. Seealso Shell ‘Jugendstudie 2010’(2010) So to reduce the average European early school leaving rate by just 1 percentage point would provide the European economy each year with nearly half a million additional qualified potential young employees.

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Disseminations

As dissemination is very important for the continuous effect of our project. All schools used various ways to make the project known. we all created erasmus corners and signboards in our schools and announced information on every school website. we have also developed products of dissemination. Here are some examples of this
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Meetings

There will be 6 transnational project meetings during the three years project. Participants who will join the transnational meetings; The Project team of each school which consist of the school staff who works actively, voluntarily in the activities of the Project. The main aim of these meetings is putting the project monitored and putting accordance to time table and project-phases. One other purpose of the transnational Project meetings will be present and share the result of the activities which has been carried out during the project. At the beginning of each year key people will come together and re arrange that year’s activity and exchange the ideas about the next year and if necessary they will change necessary parts in the organization of the activity. more...
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