Eurydice report 2016 for Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe
Indeed, in the context of high youth unemployment, economic crises and rapid changes related to our complex knowledge-based economy and society, transversal skills such as entrepreneurship are essential not only to shape the mind sets of young people, but also to provide the skills, knowledge and attitudes that are central to developing an entrepreneurial culture in Europe.
South East European Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (SEECEL) recognizes the importance of entrepreneurial learning (EL) from its beginning and it is embedded in each action with an aim to create entrepreneurial societies. The role and purpose of EL only reflect the context of work and business but also the more general context of an individual's life.
Therefore, SEECEL is honoured that its work is a part of this publication and that is recognised as a regional initiative, supported by the European Commission for playing an important role in EL work across the region, including supporting strategy development as well as the wider policy priorities of the SBA.
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