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The Ministry of Education and Research declared a public procurement for e-study materials to update the secondary education. The procurement is aimed at creation of digital corpus, the content of which should conform with the requirements of national curricula with respect to all subject areas on the level of secondary education. Thus, in future, an opportunity to get secondary education in Estonian would open to anyone staying away from the homeland, with possibility to integrate different types of education.
With the New Skills Guarantee (“Upskilling Pathways”), the European Commission has presented an ambitious strategy for improving skills of adults all around Europe. Several Members of the European Parliament, representatives of the European Commission and the Council of Europe as well as civil society discussed the Skills Agenda in a meeting of the Lifelong Learning Interest Group on 30 November 2016.