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It’s okay they can’t draw a spine, but they can draw a butterfly. And that’s inclusion…

When we were visiting Wellington, where Slovak families work and live, we saw how in one top-class art class, British children drew a detailed human spine and Roma children from Sabinov drew a simple butterfly. The school headmaster said that it is completely fine for students of the same age in one class to draw different things because they have different skills.

UPre ženy (UFor Women) study

The unique study UPre ženy (UFor Women): the status and empowerment of women in selected marginalised Roma communities map what, who and especially how to help Roma women to improve their status and living conditions. In doing so, the researchers also focused on empowerment, a tool used in community development around the world. Simply put teach people to catch fish and not give it to them.

We Know the Most Innovative Schools and Teachers in Eastern Slovakia

Yesterday, February 12, was a special day for teachers and schools that received a grant in the “Teacher of the Future” and “School of the Future” programs. In cooperation with T-Systems Slovakia, we have opened these 2 programs to provide active teachers and schools with the opportunity to implement projects focusing on an innovative and non-traditional approach to teaching.