The European Association of Single-Sex Education, EASSE, held its European Meeting in Prague on September 30, 2017. The heads of schools and administrators from Germany, Austria, Croatia, Slovakia, Spain, Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Rumania and Sweden all participated at the Meeting.
Leadership and entrepreneurship, developing talent in heads of schools and teachers, boosting educational projects and communication, were the subjects tackled by the keynote speakers and workshops during the European Meeting of EASSE. The president of Sternik Educational Institute, Poland, Dobrochna Lama, chaired a panel of experts in which educators from eleven European countries gave us the benefit of their experience of innovation in education.
The Vice-Chancellor of Communication of the University of Navarre, Professor Mora, lectured on reputation at schools. Jaume Camps, Professor of Sociology and Social Psychology at the International University of Catalunya (UIC), revealed the results of his research on the pedagogical reasons for single-sex education.