Sysco works with partner companies in Poland and Italy and we are always keen to share our joint projects and updates with visitors to our website. Our most recent project deals with Early School Leavers and details can be found below.
The project goal is to provide, within an international cooperation, a comprehensive analysis of the early school leaving (ESL) phenomenon among partner countries in the area of ESL monitoring systems, methods of ESL counteracting and students’ reintegration. The project activities aim at delivering an in-depth analysis of current situation in the above mentioned research areas and finding solutions that will allow for the introduction of significant improvements in that field.
The project is carried out in a partnership between the following countries: Poland, United Kingdom, Italy and involves organizations working with the education system institutions on a day-to-day basis.
The participating institutions have developed knowledge and experience in the area of human resources development in the education system and provide direct or indirect support to young people at a risk of early school leaving. Within the framework of international cooperation and the working group set up for this purpose, an analysis of existing ESL monitoring systems will be carried out and improvement areas will be identified.
Partners will indicate best practice in this field and jointly develop conclusions and recommendations as a result of the carried out research. Good practices in the area of ESL prevention and students reintegration will be analysed and practical solutions in that area will be proposed.
The research results will be presented during the conferences summarizing the different stages of the project. The reports summarizing the research outcomes will also be publicized.
The project will contribute to a significant knowledge increase in the above mentioned areas. It will enable a creative exchange of good practices between partners and the development of new solutions in the discussed fields. In addition a training package will be developed, that will provide a support for professionals dealing with an ESL issue on a day-to-day basis (including teachers, educators, schools directors, etc.) as well as add to the dissemination of the project results.
We are pleased to share with you the first outcome of our project. Below please find the file. This publication is disseminated free of charge.
Erasmus+ project 2014-1-PL01-KA201-003596
Prevention and Reintegration