The Council is expected to adopt the report by the end of the year. The report also proposes to set the new priorities for 5 years, replacing previous 3 year cycles, to enable a longer-term impact. The six new priorities proposed by the Commission are:
Relevant and high-quality skills and competences, focusing on results, for employability, innovation and active citizenship;
Inclusive education, equality, non-discrimination and promotion of civic competences;
Open and innovative education and training, including by fully embracing the digital era;
Strong support for educators;
Transparency and recognition of skills and qualifications to facilitate learning and labour mobility; and
Sustainable investment, performance and efficiency of education and training systems.
Via Gust MEES