Constitutional affairs

4th March 2005 at 00:00
More than 3,500 schools have now registered for Spring Day in Europe, a project to encourage schools to incorporate learning about the EU into their curriculum. Scheduled for March 17, Spring Day hopes to encourage students to take an interest in the European Constitution. The website has ideas for learning about the constitution and a role-play game that can be used by a single class or by two linked schools from different countries. Teaching aids, projects and websites are among hundreds of resources that can be linked to from the site. Everything is available in 20 languages. futurum2005.eun.org

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