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Different countries, different education systems

In Europe, most countries have implemented different education systems for teachers and for pupils.

For example, in the Netherlands and Italy, the school heads have a high level autonomy. In France and Germany local authorities are very influential with regards to the curriculum of the school.

These differences of course influence how intercultural learning is included in teacher education and school curricula, and in order to make sure implementation of ICL policies and practices is successful, this needs to be
tailored to each country’s educational system.

Therefore, the project partners drafted two Studies including policy recommendations, focusing on 5 countries (Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands):

 Check out the policy recommendations for each country in the country’s language:

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