Institutional partners

 

European Commission

The Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC) is the executive branch of the European Union responsible for policy on educationcultureyouthlanguages, and sport. DG EAC also supports these issues through a variety of projects and programmes, notably Creative Europe and Erasmus+. It is led by a Commissioner, Tibor Navracsics, and a Director General, Xavier Prats Monné, who report to the European Parliament.

OECD

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LEED leverages expertise from the five continents into expert task forces to provide rapid response and targeted advice on specific economic and social issues. LEED delivers cross-country comparative projects and peer reviews drawing on the expertise of experienced practitioners and senior policy analysts. LEED organises a range of events to help communities analyse and adapt to global trends and tackle the complex problems we all face in today’s fast-changing world. LEED delivers targeted and action-orientated research publications specifically designed for policymakers and practitioners. Read more on www.oecd.org.

 

Entrepreneurship360 also involves

These organisations do extensive work in entrepreneurship education and collaborate with all the partners on the development of the guiding framework

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Cedefop is the European agency of reference for vocational education and training (VET). The agency provides information on and analyses of VET systems, policies, research and practice to support the development of European VET policies and contribute to their implementation. The Entrepreneurial School (TES) targets teachers. Led by JA-YE Europe, the project features a Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning including 2 self-assessment tools and will train over 4000 educators in 3 years across 22 countries.

 

 

 

 

 

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European Training Foundation (ETF) is an EU agency that helps transition and developing countries to harness the potential of their human capital through the reform of education, training and labour market systems in the context of the EU's external relations policy. We are based in Turin, Italy, and are operational since 1994. The International organization for conscious entrepreneurial community schools (OIECEC) supports the mobilization of educators and supports the transformation within the school. It promotes and supports the development of Conscious Entrepreneurial Community Schools (ECEC).