What kind of systemic and local level solutions can contribute to reducing the rate of early school leavers? How can we identify problems in time to prevent dropping-out? Who is/are responsible for intervention? What kind of good practices exist at national and international levels?

In line with the strategic goals of the European Union the promotion of social inclusion is among the priorities of Tempus Public Foundation.
A prerequisite of creating an equitable society is to prevent dropping out from secondary education and attract those who had left without a qualification back into education. Reducing the rate of early school leavers below 10% is one of the headline targets of the EU2020 strategy.

By facilitating cross-sectoral cooperation and by collecting and promoting systemic as well as practical solutions the expert team of the Knowledge Centre of Tempus Public Foundation is aiming at contributing to the prevention of dropping out from secondary education.
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Cross-sectoral cooperation focused solutions for preventing early school leaving (CroCooS - Prevent-dropout!)

Qualification for All (QALL) (in Hungarian - the English version is coming soon)

Promotion of Social Inclusion through VET (PSIVET) (in Hungarian - the English version is coming soon)

Last modified: 10-08-2015