What is the Education and Training Monitor?
For the tenth consecutive year, the Education and Training Monitor gathers a wide range of evidence to show the evolution of national education and training systems across the European Union (EU).
The report measures countries’ progress towards the EU-level targets of the strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training towards the European Education Area and beyond (2021-2030).
The Monitor analyses key education challenges and recent policy developments at the EU and national levels. It highlights policy measures that can make European education systems more responsive to societal and labour market needs.
The Monitor comprises an EU-level analysis and 27 country reports.
The 2021 edition
European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel, announced the 2021 Education and Training Monitor at the fourth European Education Summit on 9 December 2021.
The 2021 edition focuses on well-being in education and provides an overview of how the Recovery and Resilience Facility will support the modernisation of education and training systems in the EU.
The 2021 Education and Training Monitor publications, including
- EU and country reports
- an executive summary
- an EU factsheet
- EU infographics
- a leaflet on EU-level targets
- Eurostat customisable datasets
- maps and charts
are available in English and their respective national languages in an accessible html format on the website of the Publications Office of the European Union.
For access to updated and customisable datasets, maps and charts related to the EU-level targets for education and training, check the Eurostat webpage.
The Eurydice network publishes information about national education policies and systems in EU Member States, as well as comparative reports on specific topics, indicators and statistics (including structural indicators for monitoring education and training systems in Europe).
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