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Survey on challenges teachers face when teaching immigrant students

The Scientix initiative ‘Education Resilience in Europe’ is looking for primary and secondary school teachers to complete an online survey on the challenges they face when teaching immigrant students.

Education Resilience in Europe – SCIENTIX

The results of this survey, together with the insights gained from focus groups and teacher-led projects conducted throughout Europe, will contribute to a series of policy recommendations distributed among European ministries of education and related networks.

The survey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SPERE?lang=en) is available in 37 languages (check out the other languages in the top right corner of the survey), is completely anonymous and should take no more than 20 minutes to complete. All educators who have worked with immigrant students, including currently retired educators, are invited to participate.

The deadline for responding to the survey is 7 June 2023

Categories

  • High School I
  • High School II
  • Primary school