Peer education usually involves people from similar backgrounds who teach and support each other. In addition to that peer education helps people to share their experience and knowledge. In this line INTO project tries through a peer mentoring programme to promote strategies and methods that help students with a migrant background who are at risk of early school leaving to maintain their motivation. Since October 2014 each partner organization has been running information and training seminars for teachers and education support staff in their regions. In the forthcoming months schools will be piloting the mentoring programme.

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