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Project MOVED

Creating a Modern Adult Education Policy in Slovakia

In May 2018 we have signed a non-refundable grant agreement with the Ministry of Interior of the SR. This project will contribute to the creation of a modern adult education policy in Slovakia.

Project idea is in line with the Council Resolution on a Renewed European Agenda for Adult Learning (2011/C 372/01), which supports the Europe 2020 Strategy.

The Council Resolution points out a number of aspects needed for creation of an adult learning sector. One of the highlighted problems is complex monitoring of adult education due to lack of statistical data and evaluation of resolution measures.

Creation of adult education policy based on proof requires complex and comparable data concerning all key aspects of adult education, effective monitoring systems and cross-sectoral cooperation, as well as high quality research.

Project MOVED focuses on mapping of the current state in adult education in the regions (NUTS II) of Slovakia, evaluation of acquired information and proposing feasible solutions. We have therefore started collaboration with 12 non-formal partners who are active in public and private sectors of adult education.

First kick-off meeting was held on June 8th, 2018 and we continue with collection of expert comments from our partners. In July and August, we are going to carry-out desk research and prepare questionnaires for a semi structured interviews with the private and public providers of adult education. Research in the regions will be ended in December 2018 and in the following two months the project expert team will create a summary of acquired information.

Svätý Jur 3.6.2018
Zuzana Štefániková
Project coordinator

This project is supported from the European Social Fund.