The 16 new projects come on top of the 11 projects funded under the first call for proposals last year.
The 7th of March we celebrated an important milestone towards establishing the European Education Area. The Commission presented 16 new Erasmus+ Teacher Academies, which will benefit from almost €22.5 million from the Erasmus+ budget over three years to provide teachers at all stages of their careers with learning opportunities that include mobility, learning platforms and professional communities.
Together with the 11 projects funded under the first call for proposals last year, the 16 new projects will embrace multilingualism, language awareness and cultural diversity, as they develop teacher education in line with the EU’s priorities in education policy and contribute to the achievement of the European Education Area, the EU’s joint vision for the education and training sector.
Two years ahead of schedule
Altogether, the target of creating 25 Erasmus+ Teacher Academies by 2025, as part of the efforts towards establishing the European Education Area, will be achieved two years ahead of schedule!
Source: European Commission | European Education Area (https://bit.ly/3yvPmaT)