Final Report: Response to School Dropout Phenomenon By Teachers Approach

Final Report: Response to School Dropout Phenomenon By Teachers Approach

By SISERA Greece | Educational Agreement as A Response to School Dropout

EARS Impact Research:

Education is a fundamental human right and a key driver of socio-economic development. However, one of the challenges that education systems face worldwide is school dropout, which can have serious consequences for individuals, communities, and society at large. In Europe, school dropout is a complex phenomenon that affects a significant proportion of young people and has been the subject of ongoing research and policy initiatives.

A Few Words About

Our Research

The research aimed to identify the different reasons for school dropout, as well as the diverse definitions, measures, and strategies used by teachers to prevent it. Additionally, the study aimed to explore the needs of teachers in terms of support and training to effectively address this issue.

The Final Report

In this final report, we present the results of a comprehensive research study that aimed to investigate the response of teachers to the school dropout phenomenon in European countries, as a part of the intellectual outputs of the Erasmus+ KA2 project EARS- Educational Agreement as a Response toSchool dropout.

What is about?

The report draws on a wide range of data sources, including academic literature, policy documents, and surveys conducted among teachers in several European countries. It presents a comprehensive overview of the school dropout phenomenon in Europe and highlights the key factors contributing to it. It also provides a detailed analysis of the different approaches used by teachers to prevent dropout and support at-risk students.

Final Report

Learn more about the project

EARS is an anti-school dropout European project which aims to produce a set of different procedures that can be actively implemented at the single school level. The project duration is 36 months and concerns many young people from various backgrounds living in rural and remote areas and facing social-economic difficulties but also people with fewer opportunities, including people with disabilities, migrants, or any other potential source of discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation.

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