EDiTE Among the Ten Most Relevant EU Projects

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European Education Policy Network (EEPN) recently published a Desk research report on ten most relevant European Commission funded projects for teachers’ and school leaders’ more attractive career paths. The focus of the report was the question around making career paths for teachers and school leaders more attractive and in attempt to answer this question the EEPN organised a meeting in Amsterdam in February 2019. The meeting opened up a conversation about diverse topics concerning realities of schools, including health of teachers and school leaders, professional development, social and national demands, and the need for further support. After getting the input from conversations early this year, EEPN conducted a desk research of the Tempus database for projects funded by the European Commission and identified 10 most relevant projects for teachers and school leaders.

Among the top ten, EDiTE appeared as a “first ever transnational doctoral degree for professionals in the field of teacher education” and was commented on the potentials of the project for developing teacher education together with a project called Education for Future – Partnership Development for a joint and sustainable International Master’s Level Programme for Education Professionals.

Being identified as one of the top programmes for school teacher sand leaders is a quite significant recognition and provides a powerful boost for upcoming meeting of EDiTE where the future direction and actions will be discussed. Current and new partners across the continent who are interested in joining the conversation about how EDiTE can grow are going to meet in Amsterdam, 4-6 October, led by Anja Sweden, Vasilis Symeonidis and Michael Schratz.

Read the entire EENP Report here:

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