Shape the future of European education and lifelong learning!

“Is it time to increase focus on learning processes and attitudes?”
“How to ensure that assessment supports learning?”
“Shall bring informal learning into the policy spectrum?”

The Learnovation 24 statements are online for voting: take 10 minutes and contribute to the consultation on the future priorities to increase creativity and innovation in European lifelong learning setting.

The statements are available here: Consultation: the Learnovation imperatives for change.

Thanks for your participation!

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