Expected results


Because Adult learning interacts with school education as it responds to the challenge of the large number of adults who left school early or migrants who never had the possibility to receive a school education, EDPAPS is focused on the main common national problem/objectives contained in EU Country Specific Recommendations for partners Member States:

  • Skills and improving educational outcomes [DE, IT, PL]
  • Vocational education and training and apprenticeship schemes [LV, PL]
  • Early School Leaving [IT, LV]
  • Modernising Higher Education [BG, IT, LV, PL]

EDPAPS aims also to gain the following working programme priorities and strategic objectives in partners national and regional context:

  • implementation of national lifelong learning strategies with the focus on the tools that enable the different learning pathways
  • promoting of learning mobility within Europe and worldwide focusing on quality, removing barriers and supporting the mobility of teachers, involving also EU candidate states like Turkey;
  • basic skills (literacy, MST) and languages;
  • professional development of teachers, trainers and school leaders;
  • more attractive and relevant VET;
  • to combat early school leaving;
  • to promote widespread and equitable access to early childhood education and care;
  • development of effective forms of networking such as partnerships between schools and schools with business, research, civil society organisations;

The project will enable involved partner and organization to improve the Creativity and innovation including intergenerational learning involving parents in education approach and motivation of the young student and also transferring new knowledge and skills from young student, from teachers and their organizations to the students’ parents often with low skill and education. We believe that the objectives and proposed activities should contribute to improve the knowledge and skill level of involved parents and generally of the population in partners area of influence to all these specific needs of target group- engaging disadvantaged parents to acquire parenting skills.