The 2nd and 3rd issue of the informative bulletin for inclusive education Including me was released, published by the Day Center Speran?a, in partnership with Educational Center PRO DIDACTICA. This publication aims to promote social inclusion of the children with disabilities from the Republic of Moldova, because, as Mrs. Lucia GAVRILI??, vice minister of Social Protection, Family and Child, has mentioned in the interview from 2nd issue: The inclusion is very important it is needed to understand a fundamental thing: a child with disability goes to school, first of all, to form communication abilities, in order to feel a member of the society. The inclusion aims to the childs socialization and to increasing the self-esteem, to building abilities to become an active member of the society. Each child has the inalienable right to study, academic skills arent a condition in this case.
The current issue of the magazine is dedicated to the problem of children remained under care of grandparents, of elder brothers, of relatives etc. as a result of parents going away to work abroad. In the QUO VADIS rubric is presented a survey Some reflections about us and migration, where advantages and disadvantages of this phenomenon for the society from Republic of Moldova are presented. The rubric contains some articles which approach the consequences of the migration upon the family, in general, and upon the child, in special.
On December 14, 2007, at the “Liviu Damian” Theoretical Lyceum, from Rîșcani was organized the final seminar for 2007 within the project “Towards Good Governance and Accountability in Schools”, developed in partnership with Center Education 2000+, Bucharest and supported by Open Society Institute, Budapest. At the seminar, from each 7 involved schools 2 managers have participated.