The Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure finances the NEXUS FUTURES project. The funding runs for 5 years.
The Ministry of Education, Children and Youth finances the Schools Futures project.
The University of Luxembourg co-finances the NEXUS FUTURES project with the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure.
Das Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing financially supports SCHOOL FUTURES
The river partnership Syr is an important partner for local activities in the Syr catchment area. In cooperation with twelve municipalities as well as with representatives of agriculture, companies, administrations and private households, the river partnership (supported by nature & Environment / Fondation Hëllef fir d’Natur) plans and coordinates measures for the protection of waters and nature.
At LTE: Digital4Education. The age of digitization has begun and has turned society and the economy upside down. The LTE seeks to prepare its students for the flood of information and empower them to exploit the potential of technologization rather than just living passively.
The water contract Obersauer is an important partner for local activities in the catchment area of the Obersauer. Under the project sponsor Öewersauer Nature Park, the river partnership works together with actors from five municipalities, agriculture and forestry, tourism and administrations to develop water conservation measures and implement them in a coordinating manner.
At Athénée: The cycle supérieur, as a direction-giving, last school step before the study or the vocational training, is enormously important for a successful education of the citizens of the future. Kolléisch wants to use the scenarios to sustainably re-design the upper-level sections, as part of the statutory reform, and thus to offer his graduates an optimal start in society.
At Fieldgen: We want to be a thoroughly sustainable school, contributing to a more just, open and humane society. Both in the way of teaching and learning as well as in the operation of the school and in the daily interaction with each other is therefore used for a sustainable development. The starting point is our charter, which is based on the Christian and humanistic values of our school founders.
The University of London’s Extreme Citizen Science Research Unit (ExCiteS), led by Prof. Muki Haklay, is supporting the development of the NEXUS CITIZEN SCIENCE project.
The University of Trier supports the project with competent scientific advice and supervision of the PhD students in the SCHOOL FUTURES project.
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology contributes to the scientific advisory board of the NEXUS FUTURES project.
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