European Institute of Education and Social Policy (EIESP)
Institut européen d'éducation et de politique sociale (IEEPS)
Founded 1975, as 'Institute of Education', by F-XF0704 - European Cultural Foundation (ECF), in cooperation with H-XD0281 - International Council for Educational Development (ICED), to respond to a need of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC) to develop cooperation in higher education. Current name adopted 1982. Previously also referred to in Dutch as Europees Instituut voor Onderwijs en Sociale Politiek. Registered in accordance with French law. EU Transparency Register: 76274494636-35.
Develop systems, approaches, tools and practices that place the learner at the centre of the learning process; create bridges among research, policy and practice; evaluate design, implementation and outcomes of polices at different decision-making levels; contribute to decision-making processes and exchange of good practice among countries, institutions or sectors.
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