The "Only" European Schools in the European Union?
The author studies the European Schools, which are created and run by the European Unio; the majority of the European Schools' population is to be found in Brussels and Luxembourg, and the pupils include many "non-entitled", i.e. children whose parents are not employed by the Union. The schools are multilingual, since nearly all pupils' learning experience is carried out in their mother-tongue. The author explores the history of such schools as well as their structure of command and their sources for financing, on the basis of interviews, questionnaires, statistics, periodicals, historical sources and her own field-work.
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