EDU-NEWS corner: 18 – 22 March, 2019

Weekly Roundup Record number of Higher Education Institutions Attend “Erasmus goes Digital” Webinar The Directorate-General of Education, Youth Sp ort and Culture organized the event “Erasmus goes Digital”. The webinar was interactive and over 750 Higher Education...

EDU-NEWS corner: 11 – 15 March, 2019

Weekly Roundup   Birmingham Primary School cancels LGBT Lessons The last weeks we have reported about the adaptations in sex education in Great Britain. The adaptations resulted in backlash among parents of the children. A Birmingham primary school has canceled...

PRESS RELEASE: BUSINESS ANGELS EUROPEAN NETWORK

"Youth Art" project [Greek translation to follow] The "European Network of Business Angels in the cultural field" was created by DOREA Educational Institute in order to connect young creators with investors from different countries of Europe. It is an activity of the...

EDU-NEWS corner: 4 – 8 March, 2019

Weekly Roundup   Paper Confirms Good Access to Adult Education for Low-educated Accelerates Economic Growth The paper argues that inequality between higher and lower skilled employees lead to a reduction of economic growth. Therefore, it is recommendable that...

EDU-NEWS corner: 18 – 22 February, 2019

Weekly Roundup   The Culture and Education Committee Approved the Next Generation Erasmus Programme The new program has stepped up to lift all economic, social, cultural barriers and allow more participants in learning mobility schemes. Moreover, there will be...

EDU-NEWS corner: 11 – 15 February, 2019

Weekly Roundup   OPINION| EU- MEP: “Entrepreneurial Skills as a Vital Tool to Empower Young People in Europe Czech member of European parliament for the ALDE party Martina Dlabajová underlines the importance of entrepreneurial education to empower the European...

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