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NESSE (dir.) (2008). Education and Migration : Strategies for integrating migrant children in European schools and societies. Bruxelles : Commission europĂ©enne. En ligne : <http://www.nesse.fr/nes ... education-and-migration>. 
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Resource type: Government Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Heckmann2008a
Categories: General
Keywords: Europe, migration
Creators: Heckmann, NESSE
Publisher: Commission européenne (Bruxelles)
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Views index: 25%
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URLs     http://www.nesse.f ... tion-and-migration
Abstract     
"This report addresses the nature, causes and possible remedies for the educational disadvantages experienced by migrant students in EU schools. Migrant students (or
synonymously students or pupils/children of migration background or minority students) are disadvantaged in terms of enrolment in type of school, duration of attending school, indicators of achievement, drop-out rates and types of school diploma reached. The topic of education and migration is relevant in the context of European economic development, social cohesion and the stabilization of democratic cultures. The report presents explanations for the given situation and elaborates policies, programmes and measures to improve the situation.
Explanations for educational disadvantage are given at the macro-, meso- and microlevels."
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