The European Parliament has approved the Erasmus + program for the period 2014-2020, which entered into force on 1 January 2014.
The new Erasmus + program is in line with the Europe 2020 strategy, the Education and Training 2020 strategy and the Rethinking Education strategy and encompasses all education, training, youth and sport initiatives. In educational matters it covers all levels: school, vocational training, higher education and training of adults.
This new program focuses on formal and informal learning beyond the borders of the EU, with a clear vocation of internationalization opening to third countries with the aim of improving the educational and training capacities of people for the employability of students, teachers And workers.
KEY ACTION 2: COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION AND EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES. "STRATEGIC ASSOCIATIONS"
The projects that, like INnetCampus, are part of this action should address the following priorities:
- Support innovative projects to reduce disparities in learning that affect students from disadvantaged backgrounds and with fewer opportunities, including students with disabilities.
- Strengthen transnational cooperation between educational institutions and youth organizations (including voluntary organizations) as well as mobility.
- Prevent early school leaving.
- Develop activities to support students with disabilities to complete training cycles and facilitate their transition to the labor market.