Working Groups are designed to help Member States address the key challenges of their education and training systems, as well as common priorities agreed at European Level.
What is their role?
The primary focus of the Working Groups is to benefit the Member States in the work of furthering policy development through mutual learning and the identification of good practices, as well as understand what works in education.
Commissioner Navracsics marked the occasion with a speech.
An interactive panel debate with Member State representatives and Commission officials was also held.
Each ET 2020 Working Group has a specific mandate detailing the challenges the group needs to address, the outputs to achieve, and the overall roadmap. To achieve this, more than 400 experts participate in peer-learning activities, such as peer-learning activities and webinars.