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Vindictive Per Frithiofson declines to share information

School director of European school Luxembourg 2 Per Frithiofson doesn't want to share important information about school transport with parents. This breaks with a 68-year-old tradition and is based on the school director's personal resentment. ATSEEE starts with enrollmentPer...

European School was illegally collecting personal data

Today, I received the final decision from the National data protection Commission (CNPD) about my complaint against European school Luxembourg 2 regarding the illegal data collection at the beginning of the school year. I wrote at length in this...

Why is Finland the best in education

Explore the Finnish education system and its success factors.

Proposal for new balanced timetable

Maternell: Monday - Friday from 9.00 to 14.00 Primary: Monday and Wednesday from from 9.00 to 16.30, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9.00 to 14.00. Secondary: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from from 9.00 to 16.30, Tuesday and Thursday from 9.00 to 14.00.

Non-Discrimination legal appeal

The main issue is that there should be no discrimination between EU civil servants nor between children attending European schools, all of us should enjoy the same living and working conditions. You may not be a parent affected by discrimination now, but someday you or someone close to you may be if you happen to speak the wrong language.

Response from the Ombudswoman for Children’s Rights – EN version

This is EN version (Google translate) of response from the ombudswoman: Notice regarding the allocation chleix classes E to European sites of Kirchberg and Handling. The Ombuds-Committee on the Rights of the Child (ORK) has been entered 22 May 2012 by a...

Discrimination to mark 60th anniversary of the European School

To defend that ethos, the European School Non-Discrimination Campaign, representing a group of European School parents, today submitted a claim of serious discrimination against their children to the Luxembourg Ombudswoman for Children’s Rights. The meeting was constructive and included discussion of a legal opinion drafted by a discrimination law specialist practising in Luxembourg.

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