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OSOS project fully harmonized with the main recommendations the EC Report “Science Education for Responsible Citizenship” Report (EC, 2015)

According to the “Science Education for Responsible Citizenship” Report (EC, 2015) there are a series of ways in which education can help European countries to equip citizens, enterprise and industry with the skills and competences needed to provide sustainable and competitive solutions to the current and future challenges. OSOS project fully harmonized with the main recommendations the EC Report aims to present a framework that will:

 

  • Enhance the collaboration between formal, non-formal and informal education providers, enterprises and civil society should be enhanced to ensure relevant and meaningful engagement of all societal actors with science and increase the uptake of science studies and science based careers, employability and competitiveness.
  • Support a range of activities based on collaboration between formal, non-formal and informal education providers, enterprises and civil society in order to integrate the concept of open schooling, including all educational levels, in science education.
  • Promote “Open schooling” where schools, in cooperation with other stakeholders, become an agent of community well-being shall be promoted;
  • Encourage families to become real partners in school life and activities;
  • Involve professionals from enterprises and civil and wider society, in bringing real-life projects to the classroom. Partnerships that foster expertise, networking, sharing and applying science and technology research findings across different enterprises (start-ups, SMEs, larger corporations) shall be promoted.
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