Author: Christian Friedrich/26 February 2014/Categories: Conference March 2014, quality education, inclusion, intercultural education, plurilingualism
The Language Policy Unit and the ECML of the Council of Europe seek to contribute to making an "education of quality" available to all. But what do we mean by quality? The title of the present programme of the ECML is "promoting inclusive, plurilingual and intercultural education" which implies that these approaches really do improve the quality of education for all. This raises the question : in what way?
Elizabeth Coelho, writing about multilingual classrooms says "inclusion is not just about bringing people into what already exists. It means creating a new space, a better space". Let’s try and look at how multilingual, inclusive spaces can be better:
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