Andrea Óhidy

Adaptation des Lifelong-Learning-Konzepts der Europäischen Union in der deutschen und ungarischen Bildungspolitik

Shortlink: https://www.waxmann.com/artikelART100043

Abstract

This article discusses the adaptation of the EU-concept ‘Lifelong Learning’ in two member states of the European Union: in Germany and in Hungary representing the ‘Old-EU-States’ and the ‘New-EU-States’. Applying the multilevel approach ‘Perception – Interpretation – Adaptation’ this article shows not only the similarities and differences of the German and Hungarian adaptation, but also identifies and analyses the most important factors which influence this process.