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Preparations were made in Paris for the next year’s global OECD summit on educational innovation to be held in Estonia

15/11/2017
Language: EN
Document available also in: ET

Deputy Secretary General of the Ministry of Education and Research Mart Laidmets attended the meeting of EU Member States in the OECD’s Education Committee yesterday to discuss the next global summit on educational innovation (GEIS).

The meeting addressed issues related to the Global Education Industry Summit (GEIS) that brings together ministers for education, innovators and private sector representatives and is hosted by Estonia in 2018. At the summit, various stakeholders - businesses, public authorities and universities - talk about the development of education and related strategies to identify common solutions for improving the quality of education.

The summit held in Tallinn in September next year focuses on the use of data in education: open data and free movement of data for teaching and learning and education policy design; education analysis; sharing data with industries to enhance innovation; development of skills necessary for coping in data-based environments, etc.

GEIS is a cooperation platform launched by OECD and supported and co-managed by the European Commission for underlining the importance of innovation arising from partnerships between educational institutions and businesses.

Deputy Secretary General Mart Laidmets introduced also the priorities of the Estonian presidency at the meeting and the European Commission provided an overview of significant activities in the sphere of education and training, including the newly published education monitoring “Education and Training 2017”  that  premiered in Estonia. Also, the meeting addressed the European Commission’s priorities and availability of financing for the Member States to facilitate participation in various OECD projects.

The meeting hosted by Estonia as the EU presidency at the Embassy of Estonia in Paris was attended by representatives of the European Commission and EU Member States in the OECD’s Education Committee.

Source: Estonian Ministry of Education and Research

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