Based on a comparative research of 15 tasks at the schooling of kids of migrant employees in 10 ecu group international locations, this publication presents descriptions of complex perform, difficulties encountered and options stumbled on. the consequences are summarized below such headings as equality of chance, schooling for bilingualism, intercultural schooling and anti-racist approaches.
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