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A normal VET student
A normal VET student
This boy is a normal VET student from Denmark

You can read here what he think about his education

 

 

 

 

 

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The Work of the Working Group
The Work of the Working Group
This happy and fun group are the ones that has decided that OBESSU should do a campaign about VET. They are cool people. …
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VET in your country
VET in your country
OBESSU have always been known for our representation of students in upper secondary education, and we are now broadening that term and working more intensively with Vocational Education and Training. It is a topic that OBESSU have worked with for some years now, but we still don’t know how our members work with this topic.
Therefor we need your help! Please answer a few questions about how your organisation works with vocational education and …
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Popular Italian students' webzine to get European version
Popular Italian students' webzine to get European version
Since January 2010, on Diregiovani.it, Italian school students participate to the construction of a special webpage called ‘Dalla Scuola – il giornale degli studenti’ (‘From the school – the students’ newspaper’). Now the successful project is ready to expand to all European students!
On 'Dalla Scuola' students publish online content for free and get help from experienced editors. The project helps young writers to get their voice …
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EU to discuss challenges for schools and pupils
EU to discuss challenges for schools and pupils
On 10-11th of October, EU education politicians met in Gdańsk, Poland. On the agenda were discussions about important issues for schools and pupils. These discussions are vital input for the EU’s next support programme for education and training. The Commission will present a proposal for it in November.

Questions that were tackled included:


How to improve children’s basic skills in reading, maths and science?
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