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Estonian and Serbian education ministers meet today in Tallinn

15. August 2019 - 8:12
Estonia and Serbia

Today, Mailis Reps, the Estonian Minister of Education and Research, and Mladen Šarčević, the Serbian Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development, meet in Tallinn to discuss cooperation possibilities in education and research between both countries.

This is the next important step for the bilateral cooperation in education, said minister Mailis Reps. „This is the first time when Estonian and Serbian education ministers meet. I expect to share Estonia’s experiences in educational innovation, implementation of digital solution and teachers’ training. On the other hand, I am really interested in how Serbia’s education system has developed,“ said Reps.

In addition to the meeting, Estonian experts introduce to the delegation Estonia’s experience in the digital transformation of education and Estonia’s higher education and vocational education training system. The integration of extracurricular activities, integration of formal and non-formal education will be discussed.

The Serbian minister is accompanied by the officials and the Serbia’s ambassador to Estonia Saša Obradović. Delegation will visit Foundation Innove and Information Technology Foundation for Education.

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