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11 Aug 2019
START ACADEMY SOFIA is a non-governmental organization aimed at developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes of disadvantaged students and young people from marginalized groups, especially those who have  or are at risk of dropping out of school....
07 Aug 2019
The Know-How Center for the Alternative Care for Children led a working conference on ‘Interinstitutional Cooperation in Implementing an Integrated Tool for Assessing the Needs of a Child at Risk of Dropping out of School’ in July. The conference...
19 Jul 2019
A recent study by researchers from Oregon State University (OSU) in the United States, recommends that schools should provide children with a daily recess experience that goes beyond a momentary halt in their educational activities. According to the...
25 Jun 2019
On 3 and 4 June, Education Ministers from the Western Balkans gathered in Belgrade for the 8th Ministerial Meeting of the Western Balkans Platform on Education and Training, organised yearly by DG EAC. This year, the chosen topic for discussion was...
03 Jun 2019
The Know-How Center for the Alternative Care for Children (NBU), and the Reflective Learning Bulgaria Association have created a training tool for the ‘Firefly’ project, developed by SOS Children's Villages Bulgaria in partnership with SOS Children'...
26 Apr 2019
At a time when parents, due to their numerous obligations, have less and less time to spend with their children, and thus a lack of control over what their children are eating, the EU Info Corner Nis in cooperation with the Counseling for Youth from...
07 Feb 2019
According to the UK parliament, the government has failed to provide a policy that will reduce the gap between the country’s rich and poor kids and provide adequate support to the youngest and least well of members of British society. The children...
08 Jan 2019
According to the study conducted as part of the SEED project “on average 75% of 5 year-old children are doing well in terms of their social and emotional well-being, while there is reason for concern for a cross-country average of 24%”. The...

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