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Strategies for Achieving Equity and Inclusion in Education, Training and Learning in Democratic Europe (STRIDE)

STRIDE will provide a new, comprehensive and comparative knowledge-base on effective education reforms, policy initiatives and interventions aimed at reducing inequalities in education, training and learning outcomes in Europe.

STRIDE will do this through analyses of education reforms in national and regional systems, existing large-scale educational assessment data and existing longitudinal data on the causal link between educational and other social policies and inequalities in educational achievements. 

STRIDE will closely examine the range of intersectional variables such as socio-economic background, gender, (dis)abilities, migration status, home language, early childhood education and care (ECEC) attendance, which may affect learning outcomes in different ways in different contexts.

Through the involvement of national and European stakeholders, STRIDE will develop methodology and assessment tools for policy learning offering policymakers a toolbox of enhanced knowledge of what shapes educational outcomes over time and demonstrating the usefulness of longitudinal data in policy-making to reduce educational inequalities in the short, medium and long term.

The project is co-funded by the European Union under grant agreement number 101132339 and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) under grant agreement number 10108849.

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  • Participants at OsloMet

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  • Partner institutions

    • Oslo Metropolitan University (OSLOMET), Norway (NO)
    • Roehampton University (RU), United Kingdom (UK)
    • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), Greece (EL)
    • VIA University College (VIA), Denmark (DK)
    • Lifelong Learning platform – European civil society for education (LLLP), Belgium (BE)
    • TÁRKI Social Research Institute (TÁRKI), Hungary (HU)
    • Jagiellonian University (JU), Poland (PL)