Early school leaving (ESL) has been recognised as a pressing concern all across Europe with its severe social and economic consequences. The European Union, and policy makers in European countries consider the problem one of the most significant ones. Reducing its extent takes priority over many other matters. Dropout is the process itself that is experienced in schools by frontline practitioners such as teachers, school psychologists, child care/family care centre employees, etc.
The Association for Dropout Prevention in Europe along with an online portal of tailored and structured content intends to support the work of frontline practitioners and policy makers to reduce the number of students who leave school without qualification.
The objective of our questionnaire is to reach out to potential members of the Association and users of the online portal.
It takes only 5 minutes to complete this questionnaire.
There are 12 questions in this survey.