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GRID

Growing Interest in the Development of Teaching Science

GRIDHaving recognized the significance of knowledge-based economy the countries of the European Union make joint efforts to improve the efficiency of mathematics and science education. An important tool for this is the international GRID project. Science education is a key issue for Hungary, a member of the European Union as well. The experiences of recent years, student performances lower than in previous have strengthened innovating efforts.
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The Link Up! Symposium

The Link Up! Symposium is a small scale working conference about ICT and educational innovation.

It is organised by the Dutch Inspectorate of Education. Strengthening the connections between education policy, research and school practice is the aim of Link Up!.
The symposium is for invited guests only, 3-3 participants from England, Scotland, France, Denmark, Hungary and the United States. For the symposium each country is supposed to provide information on policy, research and practice in their countries. The Ministry of Education, Sulinet Program Office and the National Institute for Public Education provide the following documents. The symposium is for invited guests only, 3-3 participants from England, Scotland, France, Denmark, Hungary and the United States. For the symposium each country is supposed to provide information on policy, research and practice in their countries. The Ministry of Education, Sulinet Program Office and the National Institute for Public Education provide the following documents.needed to achieve these goals.   More...

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Public Education and Regional Development Summary

Edited by: Balázs, Éva

This new book - edited by Éva Balázs - is trying to find answers for the regional politics of the European Union. Public education is conceptualised in this volume as an important factor of human resource development (HRD). The role of education in HRD is traditionally seen in its contribution to economic competitiveness, which is fulfilled by higher education and vocational training in general views. Recently the contribution of public education to HRD is also taken into consideration but mainly from the aspect of knowledge transfer and its quality.  More...

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The Implications of Lifelong Learning for School Education

CIDREE 2004 GA Pre-conference

CIDREEThe National Institute for Public Education (OKI) will host the annual General Assembly of CIDREE (Consortium of Institutions for Development and Research in Education in Europe) on 19 November 2004. According to CIDREE traditions a conference will precede the General Assembly on 18 November 2004.
This year the GA pre-conference will discuss The Implications of Lifelong Learning for School Education. The reason for choosing this theme is related with the increasing importance of the development of lifelong learning (LLL) as a common European educational goal. Lifelong learning has become, during the past decade, a general policy framework that has implications for all areas and levels of schooling and learning.  More...

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