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The second phase aimed to build upon the work of the first phase and to develop a model for understanding participation within the context of inclusive education. A systematic approach was taken by developing a framework for participation, analysing existing indicator systems and identifying ways to link various data or information generated at the individual, classroom, school, local and national levels.
This report presents the main findings from the second phase of an Agency project on the topic of indicators in the area of inclusive education in Europe.

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Benefits and challenges of adopting blockchain technology in education.

Integrating financial education throughout the K-12 experience represents a promising opportunity to reach consumers at a pivotal point in their development and their financial lives.
This resource guide is meant to help connect policymakers with tools, information, and insights to enhance K-12 financial education efforts. While the guide is targeted at policymakers, the guide was designed to benefit all members of the financial education community. The guide’s framework for advancing K-12 financial education has three main sections: laying the groundwork, building the initiative and extending the impact.

References:

http://fohpe.org/
http://www.european-agency.org/resources/publications/participation-inclusive-education-framework-developing-indicators
http://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/9/12/2400
http://www.consumerfinance.gov/data-research/research-reports/advancing-k-12-financial-education-a-guide-for-policymakers/
http://www.futurelearn.com/courses/learning-network-age/0/steps/24637