Education and Public Policy in the European Union
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This book fleshes out activities and initiatives in the field of education from across areas of European Union competence in order to highlight the extent to which education and training have penetrated the European Community's policymaking since its creation. Policies are all too often placed in their individual silos, which can sometimes work against deeper understanding of policymaking and its reach across policy domains. This project avoids such compartmentalisation and instead crosses boundaries to explore education's relationship with other policy areas, as well as its far-reaching role…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book fleshes out activities and initiatives in the field of education from across areas of European Union competence in order to highlight the extent to which education and training have penetrated the European Community's policymaking since its creation. Policies are all too often placed in their individual silos, which can sometimes work against deeper understanding of policymaking and its reach across policy domains. This project avoids such compartmentalisation and instead crosses boundaries to explore education's relationship with other policy areas, as well as its far-reaching role in the construction of a united Europe. It demonstrates education's significance across the broad landscape of European integration by presenting a collection of case studies, which represent policy areas that have experienced the infiltration of education. These include: Migration, Health, Agriculture, Multilingualism, Media and Communications, and the environment.
Autorenporträt
Sarah K. St. John is a researcher at the University of Glasgow, UK, and works at the European University Institute.
Mark Murphy is Reader in Education and Public Policy at the University of Glasgow, UK, and Co-Director of the Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change.
Inhaltsangabe
1. IntroductionSarah K. St. John and mark Murphy
2. Education Tracing the roots: The origins and evolution of European Union Education PolicySarah K. St. John
3. Migration Where migration meets education: Case study of policies referring to the mobility of the highly skilledSona Kalantaryan and Justyna Salamonska
4. Health Health and education policy: Labour markets, qualifications and the struggle over standards Scott Greer and Ellen Kuhlmann
5. Agriculture Agriculture with a Social Twist: Vocational Education and Training in the Common Agricultural Policy Carine Germond
6. Multilingualism Breaking the Language Barriers: Free Movement and Language Learning in the European CommunityGuido Reverdito and Sarah K. St. John
7. Communications and Media EU Digital media policies and education: The challenge of A Digital Agenda for Europe Cristina Costa and Mark Murphy
8. Environment Raising Long-term Awareness: EU Environmental Policy and Education Mirella Sarti and Sarah K. St. John
9. Conclusion Mark Murphy and Sarah K. St. John