ALDA calls all its members, partners and relevant stakeholders to contribute to the survey on teachers approach to entrepreneurship and their level of expertise related to use this entrepreneurial education to increase student school engagement and decrease school dropout in school with a high percentage of foreign born and ethnic minorities.

Rates of early leaving from education and training are falling since 2002 in the European Union. Despite this positive trend, early leaving remains a serious issue in many Member States as the number of young people leaving school before completing upper secondary level is still high. School Talent Bank promotes entrepreneurial education in secondary schools among teachers in order to prevent early school leaving, facilitate the transition from school to work and increase students’ engagement. The specific target are those schools which register a high percentage of ethnic minority and foreign-born students.

In this context, ALDA and its partners launched within the framework of the project ST Bank (Student Talent Bank) a survey aiming to collect views and opinions on the issue of entrepreneurial education among the secondary school teachers. Answering our survey will require approximately 5 minutes and the deadline is February, 28. We would be grateful if you could support us with your contribution!

Answer the survey in английскийFrenchитальянскомRomanianголландский или греческий 

Find out more about the Student Talent Bank Project
Visit @ALDA.Europe#ALDAeurope

ALDA calls all its members, partners and relevant stakeholders to contribute to the survey on teachers approach to entrepreneurship and their level of expertise related to use this entrepreneurial education to increase student school engagement and decrease school dropout in school with a high percentage of foreign born and ethnic minorities.

Rates of early leaving from education and training are falling since 2002 in the European Union. Despite this positive trend, early leaving remains a serious issue in many Member States as the number of young people leaving school before completing upper secondary level is still high. School Talent Bank promotes entrepreneurial education in secondary schools among teachers in order to prevent early school leaving, facilitate the transition from school to work and increase students’ engagement. The specific target are those schools which register a high percentage of ethnic minority and foreign-born students.

In this context, ALDA and its partners launched within the framework of the project ST Bank (Student Talent Bank) a survey aiming to collect views and opinions on the issue of entrepreneurial education among the secondary school teachers. Answering our survey will require approximately 5 minutes and the deadline is February, 28. We would be grateful if you could support us with your contribution!

Answer the survey in английскийFrenchитальянскомRomanianголландский или греческий 

Find out more about the Student Talent Bank Project
Visit @ALDA.Europe#ALDAeurope