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Parliamentary questions
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11 December 2018
Answer given by Mr Navracsics on behalf of the European Commission
Question reference: E-005362/2018

The Commission takes action to encourage, support and complement Member States' activities in the field of education, while respecting their overall responsibility for educational policy and school systems.

Within the context of the policy cooperation framework Education and Training 2020, the Member States and the Commission also address the topic of well-being at school.

Improving pupils’ well-being at school is supported through the exchange of information and experiences at Union level, for example via the Education and Training 2020 Working Group on Schools Policy, the Commission’s online School Education Gateway(1), including the European Toolkit for Schools promoting inclusive education and tackling early school leaving(2), as well as projects funded through the Erasmus+ programme.

Furthermore, the recently updated Council Recommendation on key competences for lifelong learning(3) sets out a European reference framework that helps Member States in defining the key knowledge, skills and attitudes which all individuals need for their personal, social and professional fulfilment.

It also underlines the importance of learning to support well-being and to maintain physical and mental health.


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