Prior to the Online Stakeholder Conference of Priority Area 9 of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region we present two short key note videos. Different to “normal” conferences, when we used to distribute paper key notes, we take advantage of the first online edition of the event and share the two recorded inputs with you.
Watch the short and informative videos below and use the opportunity to engage with the panel at the Stakeholder Conference on 18 June using the information provided in the two presentations.
- Action Group 3 (AG3) “To improve the adequacy of labour market, education and training in strategic sectors” of the EU Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP) reflects on their approach towards coping with the COVID19 crisis and its long-term consequences. Led by the Autonomous Province of Trento (Italy), AG3 of the EUSALP deals with policies similar to the work areas in PA9.
- Tracey Burns, Senior Analyst at the Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, OECD presents in her video very relevant statistics on to what extent countries in the Danube Region were prepared for digital and remote learning and teaching using data from PISA 2018. In addition, she makes some interesting remarks what we can learn from the crisis and how we could use it as an opportunity to build more responsive and resilient education systems.
Action Group 3, led by Autonomous Province of Trento, EU Strategy for the Alpine Region
Coping with the COVID-19 Crisis in Labour Market and Education Systems in Trentino, Italy
Tracey Burns, Senior Analyst, Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, OECD
Learning from the Crisis: Building Responsive and Resilient Education Systems and Schools
Find the shown presentation here: Tracey Burns (OECD) – Learning from the Crisis
|We thank very much Action Group 3 of the EUSALP and Tracey Burns from the OECD for their great contribution to the 8th International Stakeholder Conference of EUSDR PA9.|