What challenges are teachers facing today – and what are future developments we need to anticipate? Are teachers adequately recognised by society? Do they receive the support they need? What is their role in bridging education and active participation in society and labour market?
These and other questions will be discussed at the second European Education Summit by Ministers, academics, stakeholders, civil society and, of course, teachers themselves.
During the Summit, Commissioner Navracsics will present the Education and Training Monitor 2019, which will explore the topic of teachers, building, among others, on the latest results of the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey data. Read the current edition of the Education and Training Monitor (2018) to learn more. As every year since 2001, we will also celebrate on 26 September the European Day of Languages.
The Summit will take place in The Square, Place du Mont Des Arts 1000, Brussels, Belgium.