By Agne Narusk. Estonia now has a new lifelong learning strategy, where three out of the five important points are directly related to adult education. The state means business: at the beginning of this year the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research divided the department of vocational and adult education into two independent units – the ministry now includes a department, which only deals with topics related to the education of adults.
This strategy for the years 2014– 2020, which consists of five important points, was put together for five years. It involved a large number of people from very different organisations, including outside the education system, such as representatives of employers. More...