Developments: New strategies to improve the quality of education provision
The situation of Adult Education in Estonia has slightly improved in the last year, although it was significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some new adult training strategies have been introduced in Estonia that seek to improve the quality of education provision. There are some new policies implementing Upskilling Pathways and Estonia has introduced some initiatives working on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The reports from the European Semester, correspond partially to the experience of the organization. The European Pillar of Social Rights has been implemented visibly but EAEA's member Association for Estonian Adult Educators (ANDRAS) was not aware of a process in which civil society was consulted. Generally, however, civil society in Estonia plays an active role in the implementation of education policies. In the last year the funding situation of ANDRAS has stayed the same.