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Reduction Early School Leaving of young people
Start date: 01 Feb 2012,

The risks created by the early school leaving phenomena are of different nature and creates high individual, social and economic costs. Those risks are essentially connected with integration difficulties either in society or in the labour market since those young people with only lower secondary education or less are more often affected by unemployment, are more likely to depend on social benefits and have a higher risk of social exclusion. Early school leaving in Europe is strongly linked to social disadvantage and low education backgrounds and the situation varies from country to country influenced by educational factors, individual circumstances and socio-economic conditions. It is a process which often starts in primary education with first experiences of failure and alienation from school.The early school leaving is a very relevant issue for the Europe 2020 strategy which contains five headline targets being one of them the reduction of the EU average for 10% in 2020.General aimContribute to the development of innovative approaches and specific instruments for the reduction of the early school leaving which are considered crucial for the participation in LLL and a better integration in society .
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