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Ministers question governance of European Education Area

‘Further clarification’ of EEA vision is needed, admits education commissioner Mariya Gabriel

EU education ministers have expressed concern about planned rules for, and oversight of, the European Education Area—a suite of policies to remove national barriers to raising education standards through cooperation.

A summary of a closed-door session on the EEA at a meeting of the EU Education Council on 30 November said ministers “identified some open questions” around governance and targets in relation to a European Commission vision for the EEA published in September.

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