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2 Valencian Education System Department of Culture, Education and Sport Valencian Teaching Service

3 Spanish Autonomous Communities CV ES

4 Authority to regulate basic rules for implementation throughout the country SPANISH CONSTITUTION. Section Structure and layout of educational system. Minimal lessons that must be taught to guarantee a common education. Students mobility throughout the country. The centres minimal requirements. Awarding and recognition of degrees. General supervision and control.

5 SPANISH CONSTITUTION Competences of the Autonomous Communities in Education Section Promotion of culture, research and, when applicable, teaching the Autonomous Community language. Section 150 The Autonomous Communities have the authority to dictate their own legislative norms within the framework of the principles, bases and rules established by the national law. Establish the languages curricula of the Autonomous Communities.

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7 Education in the Valencian Community Spanish Constitution –Castilian is the official language of the Spanish State... –The other national languages will also be considered official in the respective Autonomous Communities according to their own Statutes. Autonomous Statute of the Valencian Community –The official language in the Valencian Community is Valencian, as well as Castilian, which is the official language of the State. –All Valencians have the right to know, use and being taught in Valencian. estat

8 Curricula Degrees CHILDRENS EDUCATION Article 4 establishes that students must be aware of the existence of the two spoken languages in the Valencian Community. PRIMARY EDUCATION As laid down in Article 3, Valencian students must understand and produce oral and written messages both in Valencian and in Spanish, in accordance with the different intentions and communicative contexts. They must also understand and produce oral and written messages, which are simple and within a context, in a foreign language.

9 SECONDARY EDUCATION Article 3 dictates that students must understand and produce oral and written messages with proficiency, independence and creativity in Spanish and in Valencian, as well as display an attitude of interest and respect for other cultures and languages. BATXILLERAT (LAST TWO YEARS OF HIGH SCHOOL) According to Article 3, students must able to master Valencian and Spanish. Curricula Degrees

10 Preparatory and Primary School Linguistic Immersion in Valencian (PIL) Teaching in Valencian (PEV) Progressive incorporation of Valencian (PIP) Teaching in Valencian Progressive incorporation of Valencian Secondary School Bilingual and Multilingual Education Programmes

11 Multilingual Education Programmes They include the foreign language, as a language in which other subjects are taught, from the first course of Primary Education. (Valencian, Spanish and the foreign language). Why? Because the Valencian Community establishes the following objectives: –To achieve a greater command of the three curricula languages. –To obtain a higher level of achievement in the other subjects. –To encourage tolerant and respectful attitudes for other languages and cultures. –To contribute efficiently to multilinguism.

12 Success Factors of the Programme To have a competent, involved and really motivated teaching staff. To use efficient methodical approaches. (Integrated treatment of languages and contents). To coordinate the teachers work. To get students parents to endorse the programme.

13 Education Bilingual Enriched Program (PEBE) Centres and pupils

14 Success Factors of the Programme To have a competent, involved and really motivated teaching staff. To use efficient methodical approaches. (Integrated treatment of languages and contents). To coordinate the teachers work. To get students parents to endorse the programme.

15 Public Private Partnership - to promote and provide European service to social and economic bodies in our region. The Valencian Government has identified PPP as a priority and collaborates with the Foundation on the expenses: location, infrastructure… 12% of operational expenses: are financed by the Valencian Government 48% other entities support: ANFFECC, ASCER, Intercitrus, AVA, Intercoop, IMPIVA, FEPORTS, Saving Banks Association, … 40% Self – financing: European projects, allowance, services to third parties… The Foundation Comunidad Valenciana Región Europea FCVRE

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17 The website provides free access to news on EU policies and programs, advice on managing 6th Framework Programme projects, as well as interesting new calls for proposals and tenders. An improved alert service is included in order to deliver relevant new research partner profiles, news on programmes and upcoming events, along with useful links for key players. Registered users can customize search profiles, getting instantly ed every new record added to the database. The website offers dissemination and communication of results, as well as best-practice experience database.

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19 The Fundación Comunidad Valenciana – Región Europea A tool for public-private partnership to achieve EU policy goals Promotion of European consortia, Interregional cooperation, Promotion of European consortia, Interregional cooperation, Regional marketing and participation in EU projects

20 The FCVRE, your ideal partner to participate in EU projects Thank you very much for your attention Juan Manuel Revuelta Pérez Juan Manuel Revuelta Pérez General Director General Director Valencian Delegation in Brussels

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