The aim of the Action was to support and strengthen two (2) innovative interventions relating to the institution of all-day schools and kindergartens. All-day schools served as a crucial intervention in the overall national strategy against dropouts. At the same time, all-day schools met the need to support families, particularly those with working mothers, in an attempt to balance work and family life. Under the system of free, public education, they provided basic and pediatric development agencies, during a significantly extended timetable. The training-learning objective was to improve the performance of a large number of students, through a coordinated intervention of all school activities and not simply through a limited assistance to students with identified poor performance in some or all subjects. At the same time, they acted as creative and educational spaces for children, meanwhile assisting parents, especially working mothers, in combining professional and family-maternal role. The curriculum is characterized by innovative interventions. The timetable was created in cooperation of the association of teachers with the school counselor. School teachers worked with all-day program teachers, as well as educators of more specialties.
Action’s Budget: 10,236,338.27€
Contracting Authority: Special Service Application of Educational Actions
Capacity: Main Contractor
Participating rate: 100%
Knowledge Society Ltd. was the external evaluator of the Actions implementation.