The EDDI project aims to help teachers, families and students to better understand the causality and consequences of leaving education in order to find possible solutions to the ESL (early school leaving) problem. We believe that only a comparative analysis of practices and interventions between countries which do well in the ESL statistics and those at the opposite end of the spectrum would deliver a sustainable solution to the ESL problem. Besides economic and social mobility impacts, ESL has been linked to bullying, violence or micro criminality. ESL is a threat to the successful future development of the workforce and community prospects.
The main objective of this project is to evaluate “school ESL” in relation to social and academic dimensions in order to find suitable solutions and new digital strategies to reduce this problem. Ensuring educational proficiency of all our students is both a strong moral obligation and a critical economic imperative: what we need is “to remove the barriers which limit the equality among the citizens and so to impede the full development of the person” (https://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regdoc/rep/1/2018/EN )
ASTON UNIVERSITY United Kingdom
MUCUR SAGLIK SOSYAL EGITIM VE YARDIMLASMA VAKFI Turkey
STIMMULI FOR SOCIAL CHANGE Greece
21.YY Egitimciler Dernegi Turkey
STICHTING DUTCH FOUNDATION OF INNOVATION WELFARE 2 WORK Netherlands
LYCEE DU DIADEME – TE TARA O MAI’AO France