The 1st meeting of the E-EVALINTO project was held in Salamanca, Spain in November 2016. One of the main activities of the consortium was to discuss thoroughly about the E-EVALINTO survey framework. The framework will support the implementation of a case study to one secondary school with an intercultural profile to each partner country. The results will support the development of strategies based on peer mentoring actions in order to tackle early school leaving (ESL) and increase social integration of migrant pupils.
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