Lifelong learning is available to all adults in Romania by law. However, the reality looks different because only very few adults participate in non-formal adult education programs. The past years have seen an increase in government efforts, promoting community centers and upskilling of adults, which is needed in a country where many adults lack basic skills and digital literacy.
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In Romania most training is focused on employment, and there is no systematic provision of liberal education apart from the cultural houses in some cities. The situation for adult education in Romania has stayed the same during the last year, with...
Social exclusion was identified as a major challenge to implementing the SDGs. In order to reach this objective, Romania identified in the Partnership Agreement with the European Commission five challenges to be tackled through Cohesion Policy in...
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Posted: 2020-01-09 / Category: 2019 / Tags:
Romania still struggles to bring adults to education, and therefore education providers are looking for ways to make learning opportunities more attractive. They do so through developing new methodologies and working principles.
The EAEA members in Romania report a number of recent developments in the sphere of adult education, especially concerning prison education. In that regard, a new national strategy for the social reintegration of inmates has been implemented, this...
Romania has declared its commitment to Agenda 2030 of Sustainable Development Goals, as well as to Upskilling Pathways initiative.
The main challenges faced by the adult education sector concern the adoption of new technology and interactive methods, and increasing involvement of mentors and coaches in training. EAEA member in Romania recommends applying more creative teachin...