How to develop the European and international dimension of your school - eTwinning, Erasmus + staff training mobility Erasmus + school exchange partnerships
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This guide is being published on the 30th anniversary of Erasmus, a perfect opportunity for reminding people that the programme is open to a very broad range of audiences.
Since it was created in 1987, the Erasmus programme, which went on to become Erasmus + (2014-2020), has benefited 9 million European learners, 1 million of whom are French. For school education in France, that represents around 111,300 physical mobilities involving pupils, teachers and staff. As regards virtual mobility on eTwinning, 480,000 teachers and 180,000 European establishments have registered on the platform since 2005, which is over 50% of schools in Europe.
- Published by: Erasmus+ France / Education & Training agency
- Year: 2017
- Languages available: French, English