OECD published results of the Action Phase of the National Skills Strategy for Slovenia, 5 December 2018
OECD published results of the Action Phase of the National Skills Strategy for Slovenia. In particularly focused on the strengthening of the governance of adult learning in Slovenia.
OECD established that Slovenia has achieved significant improvements in student outcomes and tertiary attainment in recent decades. Yet many adults have only low levels of literacy and numeracy. Participation in adult learning remains below Slovenia’s targets, and is particularly low for low-skilled, unemployed and older adults, especially in small enterprises and certain sectors.
OECD recommended Slovenia to develop a comprehensive adult learning master plan to include all forms and levels of adult education and training, and clarify the roles of all sectors involved. Slovenia could also strengthen cross-sectoral oversight and accountability in adult learning to drive policy coherence and partnerships between ministries and stakeholders. OECD believes Slovenia could strengthen co-operation between specific actors for adult learning and puts greater emphasis on raising awareness about adult learning and improving co-operation on funding adult learning effectively.
More information about the report: http://www.oecd.org/education/skills-strategy-implementation-guidance-for-slovenia-9789264308459-en.htm