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School Profiles

‘What an ASPnet school looks like…’
As part of the Global Review conducted by the Centre for International Education and Research at the University of Birmingham, the United Kingdom, for the 50 years of ASPnet, 25 countries were asked to provide in-depth profiles of two ASPnet schools to demonstrate the range of schools in the network and highlight activities of interest. Brief accounts of the schools are given below.

Although some schools are better funded than others, the better-off schools are by no means ‘elite’. All have in common the four ASPnet themes, and activities reflecting commitment to UNESCO ideals (international days, human rights, democracy, non-violence, intercultural learning and protection of the environment). Some of the problems the schools face are also reported, so that these snapshots can be seen as realistic.

DocumentsSchool Profiles
Twenty five countries were asked to provide more in-depth profiles of two of their ASPnet schools, in order to provide ‘50 school profiles’ (for the 50 years of ASPnet).  

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