The final study of our Future Challenges to Education Systems in Central Eastern European Context project, written by Nina Begicevic Redep (University of Zagreb), 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.
This thematic comparative study is focused on assessing the actual digital preparedness of the educational systems and the institutional conditions of further development in the CEE countries. In preparing this study, analysis of policies, programs and school evaluation reports were done as well as analysis and interpretation of various statistical data sets and available data on student achievement. Relevant documents and statements issued by the government, government agencies, EU agencies or stakeholder organizations were also analyzed and results are presented in this comparative study.
Download the study here.