The Guiding Cities Impact Study is now available. The impact study presents a series of guidelines on how and why to use the Guiding Cities Model and the Checklist and also includes an analysis of the impact of their use within organisations in the field of education and guidance.
Read “Preventing ESL through Career Guidance: study of best practices” that was prepared by the Institute of Educational Sciences (Romania). The resport analyses the 47 guidance practices collected within the project. The report can be seen here.
Guiding Cities Final Conference “Guiding Cities: improving guidance services together” Barcelona, 7 July de 2016 Auditori del Pati Manning 9:00-14:00 Guiding Cities joins together policymakers and stakeholders within the fields of education and guidance to create a model which responds to the complex needs and promotes coherent policy and strategic planning in the fight […]
The GCities partners are carrying out a pilot survey of the Guiding Cities Model and Checklist with diverse types of local organizations in the four countries in the consortium. These sessions present the project, the Guiding Cities Model and the Checklist. The organisations have the opportunity to review and try the Guiding Cities tools as […]
The Guiding Cities Best Practices Database is now visible. The Database presents 48 practices from the 4 Guiding Cities consortium countries that relate to the Guiding Cities Model and also are measures to reduce Early School Leaving. You can access the database here: www.guidingcities.eu/best-practices/
The European Commission has published the results of the annual report on the indices of Education and Training Monitor 2015. While in Spain the figures have improved over the past six years, it is still the country of the European Union with the highest rate of ESL as well as significant differences between regions and also […]
The Guiding Cities consortium is currently running a transnational survey in order to identify guidance practices that are of good quality or innovative, relevant, effective in their contexts and transferable. They may have a strengh in any of the following dimensions, which are the building blocks of the Guiding Cities Model: Governance and coordination, Accessibility and awareness of services, Methodologies of […]