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

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. The programmes that you can find in this Database are programmes that:

        are educational projects that cover the design, development and execution of a set of actions to influence educational processes at different levels.

        generate improvements in the teaching and learning processes, school organization and the structure of educational systems

        are driven by third sector organizations or administrations in collaboration with other private and public institutions.

How can it be used?

The database will offer the possibility to perform refined searches by relevant criteria. That is, programmes will be searchable by the educational level or by the country where they are implemented. They can also be searched by the Let’s Care project pillar in which they are implemented.  In addition, the Database includes information on the degree of relevance of the programmes in the Let’s Care project. A rubric tool has been used for this purpose.

How are Programmes evaluated and assessed?

The programmes are evaluated based on two criteria located in our rubric tool:

  • Criterion A – Linkage to Let’s Care Principles/Purpose related to Let’s Care: This criterion evaluates the alignment of educational programmes with the core principles of Let’s Care. This criterion was assessed 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest score, and is shown as a target. The rings on the target are filled with colour from the outside in to indicate the number of points given to the programme.
  • Criterion B – Grade of Explicit Effectiveness/Evidence of Results: Criterion B is designed to rigorously assess the effectiveness and impact of educational programmes. It focuses on tangible results, evidence-backed outcomes, and the sustainability of the programme’s benefits. This criterion was assessed 1 to 5, with 5
    being the highest score, and is shown as circles. The circles are filled with colour to indicate the number of points given to the programme.

For detailed information about the assessment and rating of the criteria visit our Rubrics Page

Programmes
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Pillar
Level of Education
Level of Education
Country
Country
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