The Agency’s International Conference on ‘Inclusive Education in Europe – key messages: putting theory into practice’ was held in Brussels on 18 November 2013. The event was a success with more than 170 participants attending the conference. The presentations of the five keynote speakers addressed the five key messages of the conference.
On 26 November Cor J.W. Meijer, Agency Director met with Polish Secretary of State for Education Tadeusz Sławecki in Warsaw. Mr Sławecki and Mr Meijer discussed possibilities for strenghtening co-operation between the Ministry of National Education and the Agency in the field of inclusive education.
An international conference on Modern Technologies in Inclusive Education, organised by the Polish Educational Research Institute, the Ministry of National Education and the European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education will take place in Warsaw on 26th November.
A new resource available for advocates and policy makers to benchmark progress in making ICTs accessible and updates of Agency projects investigating the use and accessibility of ICTs for learning.
The Agency is organising an international conference entitled Inclusive Education in Europe – Key messages: putting theory into practice, which will take place in Brussels on 18 November 2013.
Since 1994, World Teachers' Day has been celebrated on 5th October. According to UNESCO this day represents "a significant token of the awareness, understanding and appreciation displayed for the vital contribution that teachers make to education and development."
The Agency is seeking a printing company to provide printing services for publications in 22 languages.
The Organisation of Provision to Support Inclusive Education project Literature Review is now available online.
'Building inclusive societies for persons with disabilities' is an open online community, where various stakeholders can share knowledge and debate challenges of an inclusive society.
The State of the World's Children - a report on children with disabilities
The Inclusive Education in Action (IEA) project - a collaboration between UNESCO and the Agency aims to provide a resource for policy makers by exemplifying the UNESCO Policy Guidelines for Inclusion in Education.
The ICT4IAL project is a multi-partner network of European and international organisations that represent both the learning and the ICT communities. The Agency is the project co-ordinator for the network and is working together with European Schoolnet, the International Association of Universities, UNESCO, the DAISY Consortium and the Global Initiative of Inclusive ICTs on all activities.
The Agency's latest newsletter, a new report and a policy review now available on the Agency web.
The Agency Annual report presenting Agency activities during 2012 is now available on the Agency website.
On 8th May in the European Parliament, MEP Ádám Kósa, President of the Disability Intergroup hosted the launch of the latest European study on Vocational Education and Training (VET) with active involvement of distinguished professionals and representatives of international bodies and European Institutions.
The Agency is looking for partners to co-operate in the area of web development and translation work. Read here the two public calls for tenders on website hosting and development and one call for translation work issued by the Agency.
Launch of the European Study on Vocational Education and Training on 8 May 2013 at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Outcomes of the Raising Achievement for All Learners project and the SNE Country Data 2012 are available on the Agency web.
Overal in Europa zoeken overheden en scholen naar de beste manier om kinderen goed en passend onderwijs te bieden. Het kind is daarbij het vertrekpunt.
Further materials from the Raising Achievement for all Learners – Quality in Inclusive Education (RA4AL) project are now available on the Agency website.