INTO 2nd Newsletter
Peer education usually involves people from similar backgrounds who teach and support each other. In addition to that peer education helps people to share their experience and knowledge. In this line INTO project tries through a peer mentoring programme to promote strategies and methods that help students with a migrant background who are at risk of early school leaving to maintain their motivation.
INTO Press Release
In the framework of the INTO project a literature review and a gap analysis was conducted by the project partners from UK, Cyprus, Italy, Spain and Poland, on migrant students peer support programs in the formal education system of the above mentioned countries. Please follow the link bellow to access INTO Press Release.
INTO 1st Newsletter
“Intercultural Mentoring tools to support migrant integration at school” (INTO) project is a Comenius Multilateral Project that focuses on “Reducing early school leaving, improving the learning of students with migrant background and Roma pupils as well as promoting gender equality and inclusive approaches to learning”. The project aims to promote strategies and methods that help students with a migrant background at risk of early school leaving to maintain their motivation, through the development, testing and validation of an Intercultural Mentoring Programme, based on the empowered peer education methodology.