Education plays a crucial role in helping migrants and refugees settle in new countries.
The European Commission has called for the education sector to promote inclusion and fundamental values.
The European Commission has set out the priorities for early childhood education and care with the aim of improving access and the quality of services.
Early school leaving is linked to unemployment, social exclusion, poverty and poor health.
EU countries have set out targets for attainment of higher education.
Adult learning is a vital part of the European Commission's lifelong learning policy.
The EQAVET framework aims to improve quality and cooperation among vocational education systems in the EU.
The EU works with national education systems to improve standards of teaching.
The European Commission supports EU higher education institutions in modernising education programmes.
The EU supports the recognition of skills and qualifications to make it easier to study and work anywhere in Europe.
The EU has several initiatives to help Europeans manage and improve their skills.
The EU promotes cross-border exchanges, harmonisation and cooperation for higher education.
The EU helps EU countries develop models of governance and funding in higher education.
The knowledge triangle – education, research, and innovation – can improve the contribution of higher education to jobs and growth.
The European Commission supports cooperation between higher education and business through a series of initiatives at the European level.
The EU offers a platform for governments and multiple stakeholders to work together on improving apprenticeships.
The EU has initiatives to help Europeans get access to good quality traineeships.