While the macro policy framework for adult education in Ireland remains focused on education for employability, there have been important developments that may impact future policy and progress development in late 2019/2020.
In the past year, two significant state strategies were released and a third has begun development.
First of all, the Department of Education and Skills (DES) released a new 'Action Plan for Education 2019' early on in the year. This follo...
AONTAS, an EAEA member from Ireland, suggests that the government addresses the need to create a recognised and accepted system for measuring the outcomes of non-formal education, specifically community education in Ireland.