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Minister Mailis Reps participates in the Education World Forum in London

20. January 2020 - 8:04

Minister Mailis Reps is visiting London from today until Wednesday, 22nd January. She participates in the Education World Forum, discusses innovation in education with private sector companies’ representatives, delivers a public speech on Estonia’s education success story and meets Nick Gibb, the British Minister of State of School Standards.

This is the first time ever when Estonia is invited not only to participate in the forum, but also to share Estonia’s experiences and vision in shaping the future of education. “The success story of Estonia’s education has increased interest in our education. I am delighted to share Estonia’s experiences and achievements in London after Estonia’s great results in PISA tests. Our know-how helps others to become an education nation,” said Mailis Reps.

Mailis Reps and Nick Gibb meet to discuss bilateral cooperation between Estonia and the UK and share experiences in shaping education policy. Additionally, minister Reps delivers a public speech on Estonia’s education success at the Department for Education. Reps also meets the managers of Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Discovery to discuss cooperation and Estonia’s experiences in providing e-services as well as innovation in education.

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