institutional level


  • Cooperating partners in supporting and keeping at risk students

    How to make social map that is how to collect possible partners from out of school in order to support jointly at risk student.

  • Cross-sectoral cooperation – mapping up partnerships, building cooperation

    Preventing early school leaving and leading back students to education is not only a task of the school. For a complex solution the mapping of peer-professions is necessary. Beyond formal institutions NGO-s, formal and informal groups could also be involved and contributed. Collection of information is a continuous process; while cooperation has to be based on the actual needs.

  • Partners’ Roundtable

    Many assistance oriented institutions and organizations deal with the problems of families or children at the same time. The parallel demands are rarely joined up, require higher energy input and have inefficient impact. The school can increase its resources for the interests of the children concerned, involving the organizations and representatives of institutions working around the school.

  • Selecting team members

    Teams are to be built, they do not grow freely. The first activity in team building is to select the appropriate number and type of people for the job.

  • The actors, elements and system of student’s support

    It is the way and attitude how we organize to support of students at risk.

  • Tool for screening risk of dropout

    This tool should be used by teachers and schools in the process of identifying and monitoring students at risk of dropping out.

  • Well targeted data collection to prevent dropout

    The present tool describes the most important data that supposed to be gathered specifically as part of a dropout prevention activity. Collecting data is a process that goes along the student’s school career from his or her entry till his or her graduation or dropout or shift to another school. The following short introduction will show some reasons why to collect and monitor data in the school.

ESLplus - European Learning Space on Early School Leaving

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