Embrace Multilingualism in Schools!
The importance of a supportive environment that respects linguistic diversity is an integral part of international policy documents advocating for inclusion, equity, and quality education for every child. We invite you to rethink about the forms and levels of support that multilingual children have in schools in your country an in own your practices by exploring the comparative country report that provides the description of different approaches to the education of multilingual children in four countries: Croatia, Estonia, Italy, and the Netherlands as well as reflective questions and/or discussing the findings with your colleagues. The report was developed within ALCOR project.
Download it here:alcor-comparative-study.pdf (253 downloads)