Eager to find out how best to deal with inequality in educational systems?
Are you ready to find out how citizens can benefit from a future European area of education?
Interested in exploring how education can help to convey our common values?
Curious about the future and what skills will be needed for decades to come?
Then he participates with the EU Education Ministers, Education Professionals, stakeholders and business leaders at the first European Education Summit: #EduSummitEU.
Hosted by Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, the summit will be held on 25 January 2018 in Brussels and it is possible to follow the live live from the dedicated Erasmus + facebook page.
"As we look to Europe's future, we need to equip ourselves with an ambitious, shared agenda for how we can use learning as a driver for unity. Education is key because it is education that equips us with the skills we need to become active. It is education that helps us to change the world, to develop a European identity, to understand other cultures and to gain the new skills in society that is mobile, multicultural and increasingly digital. "
Tibor Navracsics - European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport