This study mirrors the perceptions and values that shape the discussion of such terms as harmonization, recognition, convergence and subsidiarity in the educational sphere. It provides insights into surprising similarities and important differences in the approaches of different Member States regarding the interpretation and implementation of EU education and training policies. It summarizes the results of a European research project conducted within the EU-funded network PRESTiGE.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)|
Table of ContentsThe European Union and Education and Training: An Overview of Policies and Initiatives.- Educating Europe: An Analysis of EU Educational Policies.- Interpreting EU Education and Training Policy: Thoughts from the English Perspective.- Tensions Between the European and the Nordic Dimension in Education, with Particular Reference to Sweden.- A Comparative Study of the European Dimension in Education in England, Scotland and Wales.- The European Dimension in the National Curriculum for England.- European Policies and Transition Processes: The Influence of EU Training Programmes in Eastern Germany.- The Impact of EU Education and Training Policies in Sweden.- Eu Programmes in Education and Training: Development and Implementation in Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom.- Standardisation and Differentiation in the Levels of Diplomas in Higher Education Systems in Europe.- Higher Education Student Mobility and the Interpretation of European Union Educational Policies in France.