- Coping and support in educational transitions
- Number of pages
- Governance of Educational Trajectories in Europe (GOETE)
- GOETE working paper
- Document type
- Book editing
- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG)
- Research Institute of Child Development and Education (RICDE)
Young people in school are a group who gain a great deal of attention from the research community with many surveys exploring success, skills and welfare among students. This study considers coping and support issues facing young people from a multi-actor perspective framing it in a comparative welfare and educational context. It focuses on investigating how students manage to cope with educational demands. It analyses measures of active inclusion through provision of social support and informal support inside and outside of school, and how formal, non-formal and informal learning are related within education systems in general and in educational trajectories in particular. Some of the questions that are central to this thematic report include the following: What are the conditions and constellations under which productive learning occurs and how are learning biographies constructed? What support systems are available inside and outside of school in order to help students develop successful school careers? What coping strategies do young people in school have, and how do they vary in different countries? And, finally, can we find commonalities and divergences within and between countries?
- Final publisher version
- Work package no 8
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