Commission presents new Rethinking Education strategy
The youth unemployment rate is close to 23% across the European Union – yet at the same time there are more than 2 million vacancies that cannot be filled. Europe needs a radical rethink on how education and training systems can deliver the skills needed by the labour market, and the challenge could not be tougher in the context of widespread austerity measures and cuts in education budgets. Yesterday, the European Commission launched a new strategy called Rethinking Education to encourage Member States to take immediate action to ensure that young people develop the skills and competences needed by the labour market and to achieve their targets for growth and jobs.
Posted on 21/11/2012
| Last update on 04/03/2013
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