Raising Achievement Follow-up Study report published

The Agency has published a new report which follows up on the Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education (Raising Achievement) project.

The Raising Achievement project, which ran from 2014–2017, aimed to provide evidence of effective practice in raising achievement and building capacity to meet a diverse range of learner needs. Three learning communities in Rome, Italy, Commune of Wieliszew, Poland and East Kilbride, United Kingdom (Scotland) were involved in the project, supported by researchers and school leaders from 23 participating countries.

In late 2018, an independent consultant visited the three learning communities in order to assess the Raising Achievement project’s longer‑term impact. The findings have now been published in a new report, which describes the follow‑up study and the methodology used. It outlines the main changes to policy and practice that can be attributed to the project in full or in part, directly or indirectly. Finally, it highlights key learning points from this work for different stakeholder groups.

For more information, read the Follow-up Study report or visit the Raising Achievement project web area for details of the original project.

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