Issue 2/2015, 107. Volume Page 177–192
Cross-Border School Projects – Their Limits and Perspectives
An Example of a German-Polish Cooperation
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To develop and to realize projects over institutional and especially national borders is a challenge for all parties involved. Using the example of a German-Polish project of schools and universities, the article focuses on the conditions for success and problems of such cooperation. A qualitative study widens the theoretical reflection by adding the protagonists’ points of view on the process of collaboration, identifies limits and perspectives of cross-border cooperation, and offers suggestions for the enhancement of such projects.
cross-border cooperation, protagonist’s point of view, German-Polish cooperation, school project