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Antimis Educational Center - Bathroom
Timisoara

Educational Center "Antimis" parish church of Timisoara - Western Fabric, is part of the five learning centers of the Archdiocese of Timisoara, which will be launched during this period in the parishes of the diocese, in Timisoara, Sânnicolau Mare, Deta, Faget and Lugoj.


They are part of the strategic project of the Centre Interregional Educational Network, a project financed by European Social Fund Operational Programme Human Resources Development, located on the Priority axis no. 2 Linking lifelong learning and labor market ", Key Area of Intervention 2.2" Preventing and correcting early school leaving. "

Each learning center has a team of specialists for servicing activities, a psychologist, a social worker, two socio-educational animation teacher.

"The actions that are happening in these centers are circumscribed in policies to prevent abandonment, separation of child from his family, to prevent deviant behavior, to prevent what is undesirable, because we all know that it is better to prevent than to treat.

for more visit http://www.oradetimis.ro/timisoara-are-de-astazi-un-nou-centru-pentru-prevenirea-si-corectarea-abandonul-scolar/actualitate/2011/05/03/

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