In the Netherlands, educating immigrant students requires long-term thinking, a regional focus within a national framework and an understanding of the diverse backgrounds of these students.
As diversity continues to increase, societies face the challenge of building inclusive societies to ensure prosperity and well-being for all. Education systems are central to this aim.
An immigrant’s ability to integrate and contribute to their host community depends on their skills and education, and where they ultimately land. But a better education does not always translate into better employment opportunities.
The world today is facing a learning crisis, but governments are not prioritising education, and education budgets are not reaching those in greatest need.