Take a look at the new HAND in HAND video “HAND in HAND project: It’s time for a change in education”.
Every young person should have equal access to participate and benefit from high-quality and inclusive education.
Further increasing school staff’s dedication and improving the classroom climate’s inclusiveness may be considered a strategy for ensuring social well-being and overall positive growth. Fostering SEI competencies and the relational competence of school staff and students is an important first step in creating caring and inclusive environments in which all students receive the individual learning support they need.
All learners (both students and school staff) and their various needs should be at the centre of education.
They should be leaders of their own learning, supported by appropriate policy actions and services coherently organised at the system level.
The HAND in HAND programme aims to develop a systemic tool to help address these key priorities across Europe.