The project "Together for better" involved 5 schools from Romania, Turkey, Portugal, N.Macedonia and Poland.

The project aims to create a diverse learning and co-operative context for 300 disadvantaged and SEN students (10-19 years) and to enhance communication by supporting the effects of students on their lives and to be more active in inclusive environments. Learning outcomes can be improved and equity and efficiency grow with learning innovation, understood as the adoption of new services,technologies and skills.

The main objectives of the project are to focus directly on the issue of social inclusion and the development of key competences, such as: improving student performance, with emphasis on developing skills and digital competences in specific curricula; promoting motivation for learning and school participation through the implementation of attractive learning methodologies;

Developing social skills such as cooperation, tolerance, through activities that offer them the opportunity to feel important, appreciated and socially integrated; reducing absenteeism; to improve teachers' ability to use specific intervention strategies in situations of early school leaving risk.