European Commission’s proposal for improved ‘blended learning’ in schools

Crucially, it also includes the proviso that countries can, wherever possible, make full use of EU funds, expertise for reforms and investment in infrastructure, tools and pedagogy to increase resilience and preparedness for future-ready schools, in particular Erasmus+, the Recovery and Resilience FacilityEuropean Social Fund PlusEuropean Regional Development FundDigital Europe Programme, Horizon Europe and the Technical Support Instrument.

“A focus on the development of a blended learning approach in primary and secondary school education will be included in the regular progress reports of the European Education Area and the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027,” added the commission.

Author: Simon Weedy

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