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LINC aims to develop a holistic, inclusive learning intervention for preventing ESL that starts early on, in primary school, and continues throughout lower secondary education. The project aims to provide a supporting community to learners, teachers, and parents well before ESL becomes a visible risk aiming to help the all players involved in school education effectively prevent ESL.
Based on the fact that ESL is a complex problem that is the result of not only school performance but also socio-economic factors, family background, parental educational levels, social exclusion particularly for migrants, poor understanding of the school system, attitudes towards education, and insufficient training of teachers among other influences the intervention will target the school community as a whole, including learners, parents, and teachers strengthening the social networks that can support children achieve excellence in learning. Community building approaches and experiential learning enhance current efforts on tackling ESL by:
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