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Funded by the European Union under Horizon Europe programme – Grant Agreement 101059425

Let's Care PROJECT

Policy Database
Welcome to our curated list of policies that fall under the “Let’s Care” initiative. These policies are meticulously selected for addressing the aspects of student security, from individual to political levels. Browse the hub to see the policies!
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Programme Database
The Safe Education Programme database is aimed at identifying and characterizing relevant European projects and their main defining dimensions, as a means of improving safety in education and tackling school underachievement in reading, mathematics and sciences, disengagement and early school dropout.
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Library
Welcome to the “Library” – a specialized repository for “Let’s Care”. Here, you can access and filter through a variety of deliverables, PDFs, and other essential resources integral to our initiative.
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Wiki
Step into our “Wiki” section—a dedicated space filled with Wiki entries and in-depth explanations pertaining to the “Let’s Care” project. Here, you can sift through and filter various entries that delve into different practices, methodologies, and concepts central to our initiative.
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Academic underachievement and Early School Leaving (ESL) are key challenges of European educational systems that impact the life trajectories of children and adolescents. The available evidence stresses that early school leaving is directly related to the students’ disengagement and underachievement, and is strongly associated with a series of cumulative disadvantages resulting from personal, familiar, socio-economic and educational factors. Secure attachment relationships play an important protective role against the intergenerational transmission of social exclusion, not only at early stages but at all school levels. LET’S CARE aims to comprehensively understand and improve the caring dimension of educational inclusion and school success.

Multilevel, multistage, and intersectional research, exploring different European educational contexts, will be implemented, including 120 schools, 18,000 students, and 2,400 teachers from 6 European countries in 4 schools stages, with special attention to multi-disadvantaged learners. LET’S CARE, supported by an expert consortium, will implement a holistic methodological approach, including co-creation mechanisms, and will translate research findings into the political approach, through the formulation of novel evidence-based policy recommendations, raising awareness on safe/caring schools, combating social exclusion of disadvantaged learners.

Aim

Our project seeks to address the causes of educational underachievement, disengagement, and school dropout by identifying key relational variables that will help to meet their needs and improve their well-being and learning process. To meet our aim we have several specific objectives:

  1. We are developing a Safe Education model that covers 4 levels of intervention (individual, relational, community, and political levels) across each educational stage (ECEC, primary, lower & upper secondary, postsecondary)
  2. We are collecting data using mixed and co-creative methodologies that link academic knowledge and give voice to the experiences of the own students, families, educators and other members of the educational communities and institutions. 
  3. We are designing tailored tools and specific training that will help teachers and schools to address educational underachievement, disengagement and school dropout
  4. We are linking a Community of Schools and a broader network of stakeholders to enhance our impact make a difference translating our findings into actual improvements for children.
  5. We are involving policy makers to promote caring schools and reverse educational inequalities, as well as formulating evidence-based policy recommendations. 

Partners

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