EU policy in the fields of education and training is designed to support action at the level of Member States – who remain responsible for these competence areas – and to help address common challenges, such as ageing societies, skills deficits, technological developments and competition at the global level.
Each EU country is responsible for its own education and training systems. EU policy in these fields is designed to support action at the national level and to help address common challenges.
Launching in Spring 2020
Our comparative work consists of flagship publications that deliver comparative insights into education policy trends and reform processes.
Pringle: Educators must see themselves as part of the community, not just in service to it.
With the help of NEA, music teacher Sean Ichiro Manes navigated federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness, a program that needs improving.
EPOL is training a new generation of researchers differently & better to address issues in educational policy & practice.
Drawing upon traditional strengths in social foundations, education leadership, higher education & human resource development, the department enables graduate students & faculty to support & collaborate with each other in coordinated new synergies to address the most critical issues in education. The department fosters an interdisciplinary understanding of education policy & practice across traditional divides among philosophers, historians, social scientists, organizational theorists, policy analysts & education administrators.