MIL-OSI Europe: Study – Research for CULT Committee – EDUCATION AND YOUTH IN POST-COVID-19 EUROPE – CRISIS EFFECTS AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS – 04-05-2021

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Source: European Parliament

Research for CULT Committee – EDUCATION AND YOUTH IN POST-COVID-19 EUROPE – CRISIS EFFECTS AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS

04-05-2021

This paper demonstrates that the COVID-19 pandemic posed unprecedented and multidimensional challenges to the education systems and youth sector, revealing the lack of preparedness in terms of crisis management and digital education responses, as well as reinforcing structural weaknesses of education delivery. Given that various sectors of education and the youth sector faced distinct challenges, there are valuable lessons to be learnt from policy responses and best practices across Europe. The common goal should be to build more resilient education systems, which are responsive and adaptive to future crises.

This paper demonstrates that the COVID-19 pandemic posed unprecedented and multidimensional challenges to the education systems and youth sector, revealing the lack of preparedness in terms of crisis management and digital education responses, as well as reinforcing structural weaknesses of education delivery. Given that various sectors of education and the youth sector faced distinct challenges, there are valuable lessons to be learnt from policy responses and best practices across Europe. The common goal should be to build more resilient education systems, which are responsive and adaptive to future crises.

External author

Public Policy and Management Institute: Loes VAN DER GRAAF, Jekatyerina DUNAJEVA, Hanna SIAROVA, Radvile BANKAUSKAITE

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