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A guide for ensuring inclusion and equity in education

Inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all by 2030

A guide for ensuring inclusion and equity in education was developed by the United Nations educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2017. The guide focuses on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4), which calls for inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all by 2030.

NART in collaboration with SU Vasil Kunchov Vratsa, held 5 focus group as part of the evaluation process of the draft version of the PReTTi handbook.

56 primary teachers, resource teachers and experts took part in the discussions and had the chance to the get familiar with the project and the handbook and to share their opinion on its concept and on whether it will be practical to implement it for primary teachers in Bulgarian schools.

VÚDPaP hosted the second meeting of the project partners

The second transnational project meeting within the PReTTi project took place on the 29th of September 2017 in Bratislava, Slovakia. The meeting was attended by representatives of all partners in the project: VÚDPaP Slovakia (host of the event), NART Bulgaria (coordinator of the project), RAABE Bulgaria, University of Bucharest, University of Cordoba, Vasil Kanchov School Bulgaria, Základná Škola Dubová Slovakia.

Първа среща по проект "Primary teachers to lead inclusive learning (PRETTI)" в София

The National Association of Resource Teachers in Bulgaria is the coordinator of an international project

On the 29th of November 2016, the National Association of Resource Teachers held the first transnational meeting of the Erasmus+ project Primary teachers to lead inclusive learning (PReTTi). The funding provided by the Programme amounts to € 190 470.

The meeting was attended by representatives of NART, RAABE – Bulgaria, SOU “Vasil Kunchov” Vratsa, the University of Bucharest, the University of Cordoba, the Slovakian Research Institute for Child Psychology and Pathopsychology and Dubova Primary School.