The third study of our Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context project, written by our Junior Research Fellow, Agnes Kende, is available now.
The project focuses on the ability of the Central-Eastern European education systems to adapt to disruptive future challenges, such as technological changes and their impact on labor markets, demographic changes (ageing, migration, etc.), climate change, populist politics and autocratic governance, old and new inequalities, or changing gender roles.
The paper is a comparative overview covering five CEE countries, investigating how the education systems can manage the differences among children, with an emphasis on the issue of providing inclusive education for Roma children.
Download the study here.