Eurydice is a network established in 1980 by the European Commission and its member states to support European cooperation in the field of education.
All EU member states are part of Eurydice, along with some non-EU countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme.
The Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual and Culture (EACEA) is responsible for managing and promoting the network and its publications.
The Eurydice Network helps to improve education systems in Europe by providing high-quality information on a wide range of aspects of education policy and practice.
With the support of national units in 38 Erasmus+ countries through over 43 national units on the network, Eurydice provides descriptions of national education systems, comparative studies on specific topics, indicators, and statistics.
Our reports show how countries address challenges at all levels of education: early childhood education and care, primary and secondary education, higher education, and adult education.
COOPERATION WITH OTHER PARTNERS
Eurydice works closely with several European and international organizations. Eurydice prepares joint reports with both Eurostat (Statistical Office of the European Union) and Cedefop (European Center for development of European vocational education and training (VET) as a result of the close link between education and training. It also works closely with the NESLI network and conducts activities with the the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), for example, for data related to teaching time CRELL (Center for Lifelong Learning Research) partner in the field of indicators. Eurydice also cooperates with the European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education.
Finally, the EACEA Coordination Unit (A6 - Analysis of Education and Youth Policy) supports the Commission in its work with international organizations such as the Council of Europe, and UNESCO.
Provide analysis and information to those responsible for education systems and policies to assist them in making decisions.
The Eurydice Network focuses on how education in Europe is structured and organized at all levels.
Who is it for:
For national authorities responsible for education systems and policies to assist them in decision-making, media, all stakeholders in the formal education sector (kindergartens, schools, universities), teaching staff, administrative staff, governing bodies, students, pupils, NGOs, researchers, scientific institutes, experts.
Do you want to know ...
● Which countries provide early childhood education and care for all?
● What measures are most commonly used in Europe to reduce early school leaving?
● Where are the best-paid teachers?
● How long is a school holiday in Europe?
● In which countries can students access higher education in Europe with no taxes?
● What percentage of adults in Europe have never used a computer?
● And many more …
… consult our reports! https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/national-policies/eurydice/publications_en
Facts and figures about the network:
The Eurydice Network has a huge source of information on national descriptions of education systems, comparative thematic reports on various topics of interest to the European Union; factual reports on education such as national education structures, school calendars, salary comparison, and organization of teaching time by country and level of education.
All reports are available on the Eurydice Web site in PDF format. Eurydice network products: key data, facts and figures, reports.
Link to the official website of the network:
Visit the Eurydice Web site: https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/national-policies/eurydice/index_en.php_en
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