Board of Governors of the European Schools

Conseil supérieur des Ecoles européennes
Oberster Rat der Europäischen Schulen
Consiglio Superiore delle Scuole Europee
Raad van Bestuur van de Europese Scholen

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1957-04-12 Luxembourg


Established on signature of an agreement by member governments of the H-XD0663 - European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), recognizing the operation in Luxembourg since 1953 of a school by the Association des intérêts éducatifs et familiaux des fonctionnaires de la Communauté européenne du charbon et de l'acier. A protocol to the agreement was signed, 13 Apr 1962, Luxembourg, providing for the creation of further European schools for the education and instruction of children of the staff of the European Communities, on the same model and according to a curriculum specified by the regulations of the European Baccalaureate, signed in 15 Jul 1957 in Luxembourg. The protocol further specified that the powers originally given to the Board of Governors of the Luxembourg school and to its Boards of Inspectors, should be extended to cover all such schools. On 15 Dec 1975, Luxembourg, a supplementary protocol to the protocol on the establishment of the European Schools was signed, providing for the creation of a European School in Munich (Germany), for the education and instruction of children of the staff of the European Patent Office. Statutes registered in 'UNTS 1/6362'.


Ensure that children and young people from European Union member countries are educated together in a European spirit from minimum school age to university entrance level.


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Board of Governors, composed of Ministers of Education of each of the Union countries, normally represented by senior civil servants from Ministries of Education or Foreign Affairs, together with representative of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC) and representative of D-XD4489 - European Patent Office (EPO). Office of the Secretary-General, including 7 Units (Administrative; Human Resources; Accounts; Pedagogical Development; European Baccalaureate; ICT and Statistics; Financial Control) and Complaints Board. Preparatory Committees (Joint Teaching; Budgetary); Boards of Inspectors; Administrative Boards; Directors (Headteachers) and the teachers; Staff Committee; Parents' Association; Pupils' Committee; Financial Controller.


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GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions



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