An international conference focuses on re-enrolling 16-20 year-olds on November 1 and 2 at UQAM

(Press release, UQAM) - Young people aged 16-20 who are going back to school need support to succeed where they have failed before. This will be one of the strong ideas discussed at an international conference to be held at UQAM on November 1 and 2.

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(Communiqué, UQAM) – 16-20 year olds returning to school need support to succeed where they failed before. This will be one of the key ideas discussed at an international symposium to be held at theUQAM the 1er and November 2, titled Plural and concerted support for returning to school: the migration of knowledge. A network initiative Journey, this symposium will bring together dozens of participants from Quebec and Europe: teachers, psychosocial workers and managers of adult education centers.

Program of the colloquium


When: 1er and November 2, 2012
Location : UQAM, Recognition room (D-R200) of the Athanase-David pavilion (ground floor),

1430 Saint-Denis Street, Montreal (Berri-UQAM metro station)


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