Giancarlo Marcheggiano is the Secretary-General of the European Schools.
The Secretary-General of the European Schools:
represents the Board of Governors;
directs and organises the work of the Office;
has decision-making power according to the statutes and regulations
chairs the Administrative Boards of the European Schools and in that capacity coordinates implementation of the autonomy of the European Schools;
organises the accreditation procedure for Accredited European Schools;
guarantees the coherence and smooth operation of the European schooling system and of the European Baccalaureate in accordance with the political decisions and policy guidelines of the Board of Governors, within the limits of the budget allocated;
presents annual report to the Board of Governors on the system’s operation and performance and formulates proposals as part of a multi-annual plan;
ensures the transparency and efficiency of the procedures and the quality of the services;
participates in the selection and evaluation of management staff.
With many problems facing the European school system and with their humongous and inefficient bureaucracy that forgets that the main goal is to provide quality education for the children, the big question is, is there a future for European...
Parents letter to the Secretary General of European schools Mr Giancarlo Marcheggiano regarding urgent need to provide distance learning possibility for the to pupils of those families who need it at the time of the spread of COVID-19.
On 27.03.2020 another communication was sent by the Secretary General of the European Schools, Mr. Giancarlo Marcheggiano.
It has been two weeks since it was decided to suspend the obligatory regular attendance of pupils (Article 30 of the General Rules...
A communication from the Secretary General of the European Schools, Mr. Marcheggiano, with 2 accompanying documents.
It is now one week that it was decided to suspend the obligatory regular attendance of pupils (Article 30 of the General Rules of...
Secretary-general of European school Giancarlo Marcheggiano doesn't recognise the danger both European schools in Luxembourg are facing.
For 5 years already, the Parents' Associations of the European Schools Luxembourg I and II have been drawing the attention of the...
The Board of Governors have elected Mr Giancarlo Marcheggiano to be the new Secretary-General starting from 1.10.2016!
Giancarlo Marcheggiano was a deputy-director in european school Brussels 1 from 2001-2007. After that he was upgraded to director of European school Munchen....
With many problems facing the European school system and with their humongous and inefficient bureaucracy that forgets that the main goal is to provide quality education for the children, the big question is, is there a future for European schools?
Disastrous managment of public fundsAdministration...
Reply from worried parent to deputy director Leene Soekov
Dear Ms Soekov,
Your answer is not only very worrying but it also shows the lack of awareness about SWALS in general. Their history, language competences, many injustices they go trough in European School in particularly in...
It is unbelievable how new Mamer school management doesn't have a clue about situation of minorities in the school.
New secondary Deputy Director Mrs Leene Soekov was asked to clarify why SWALS students are not allowed to take ICILS 2018 tests.
Answer from Leene Soekov:
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