AMuSE - Approaches to Multilingual Schools in Europe
Increasing ethnic and cultural diversity offers opportunities, but also challenges for European education policy and schools. Linguistic and cultural diversity is a cornerstone of European societies, and it is represented in educational institutions, particularly in schools in urban areas and minority regions. Nevertheless, education policy and schools are generally set up monolingually and do not consider or make use of the existing potential of multilingualism.The network-project AMuSE will investigate ways in which schools can benefit from the multilingualism of their students (and eventually of their teachers) in order to shift from monolingual strategies towards achieving functional multilingualism.
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