The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an intergovernmental organisation promoting the economic and social well-being improvement of people around the world has carried out studies on the policy of training migrants in several European countries: Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, the Netherlands and Sweden, and has analysed the experience of many other countries in the training of this population.
Indeed, in many OECD countries, young immigrants have more limited access to quality education, drop out of school earlier, and are less successful in school than their native peers.
This publication, dated March 2010, provides comparative data on the access, participation, and educational outcomes of students with an immigrant background compared to other students and identify a range of options for public action, based on experiences successful.
The document is organized into 3 main parts:
An analysis of the issues and opportunities.
A review of school policies.
A study of systemic policies.
Based on concrete examples in the different countries of study, this publication presents numerous tools and good practices that have been shown to be effective in helping policymakers to develop and thus implement an effective training policy for migrants.
- Category: Good Practices
- Country: OECD
- Language: French
- Type of file: Text File