The annual report of the Eurydice network, Structural indicators for monitoring education and training systems in Europe 2022 – Overview of major reforms since 2015, is available online.
The publication contains over 20 key structural indicators on education policies in 4 areas:
- Early childhood education and care;
- Achievements in basic skills;
- Early leaving from education and training;
- Higher education.
What is new this year is the presentation of a new set of indicators on digital skills which gives an overview of policies supporting the development of digital skills at school in Europe.
The 2022 update covers all EU Member States, including Albania (limited to digital skills), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Turkey.
For further details and to discover the main data emerging from the new indicators on digital skills, please read the in-depth article by Alessandra Mochi on the Eurydice Italia website.
Report Structural indicators for monitoring education and training systems in Europe 2022 – Overview of major reforms since 2015
What is Eurydice?
Eurydice is the European network that collects, updates, analyzes and disseminates information on the policies, structure and organization of European education systems. Born in 1980 on the initiative of the European Commission, the network is made up of a European unit based in Brussels and various national units. Since 1985, Indire has been the headquarters of the Italian National Unity.
Other useful links:
- Eurydice website – Italian National Unit
- Eurydice website – European Central Unit
- All publications of the network