Scientific Study from the year 2005 in the subject Pedagogy - Job Education, Occupational Training, Further Education, University of Flensburg (biat (Berufsbildungsinstitut Arbeit und Technik)), language: English, abstract: The project "Re-Integration - Transnational evaluation of social and professional re-integration programmes of young people" was funded by the European Commission through the programme "Leonardo da Vinci II", Reference Material strand, and lasted from the year 2001 till 2004. It dealt with a severe difficulty to be realised in all European countries. Youth unemployment is unbearably high and the transition from school to work is often hampered by strong obstacles that are due to restricted opportunities in the labour market and not well installed systems of vocational education and training. These problems are exacerbated for young people who are at disadvantage with respect to personal, social and/or educational features and who have therefore often difficulties in coping with the personal, social and also educational challenges during childhood and adolescence, resulting in problems with maintaining stable social relations and also low achievement in school. Therefore in all European countries, although to a varying extent, measures have been put into place to re-integrate these young people into the mainstream: schemes for re-integration. However, the success of these measures is usually low which is of course mainly due to the unfavourable general conditions. Still the challenge remains to also improve the quality of these programmes, through evaluation which is aiming not only at selecting examples of good practice, but even more at supporting the respective institutions in further developing their schemes. The final scientific report gives an overview on the course of the project and on its central results.
Re-Integration Eu-Project, Berufspädagogik, biat, Selbstevaluation, Universität Flensburg, Final Report, Benachteiligtenförderung
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