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Improving school transition

This Erasmus+ project aims at decreasing difficulties that students on the autism spectrum face, specifically during the transition from primary to secondary school, in order to tackle early school leaving and disadvantage. Funded by the European Commission, the outputs of this project target both teachers, and autistic students and their peers in order to implement prevention measures and reduce risks of social exclusion, school failure, and school dropout.

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IPA2 partners promote access to education and employment on World Autism Awareness Day

On World Autism Awareness Day (April 2), partners of the IPA2 project joined Autism-Europe’s two-year awareness raising campaign, “I can learn. I can work” to promote access to education and employment for people on the autism spectrum. In line with the objectives of the IPA2 project, the campaign recognizes the importance of providing training to teachers and supporting autistic people in their academic experiences. It is estimated that across the European Union less than 10% [...]

IPA2 project kicks off in Valencia

On December 18 and 19 2019, the first transnational meeting for the IPA2 project took place in Valencia, Spain. Project partners from Portugal, Italy, Serbia and Belgium travelled to Valencia to discuss the project. The kick-off meeting was attended by 7 individual partners and aimed to share understanding of the purpose of the project as well as to ensure the project’s viability and success. Partners who attended the meeting were from the research institute Polibienestar (Spain); autism [...]

IPA2 project officially launched

The two-years Erasmus+ project IPA2 starting in 2019 aims at decreasing difficulties that students on the autism spectrum face, specifically during the transition from primary to secondary school, in order to tackle early school leaving and disadvantage. Funded by the European Commission, the outputs of this project target both teachers, and autistic students and their peers in order to implement prevention measures and reduce risks of social exclusion, school failure, and school dropout. At school level, students [...]

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