Documentos de la UE. CDE Universitat de València
In a report delivered today to Janez Potoãnik the Commissioner for Research, and his colleague Ján Figel', Commissioner for Education, Training, Culture and Youth, an expert group calls for the introduction of a new approach to science education that breaks radically with traditional pedagogical methods. Michel Rocard, former French Prime minister, member of the European Parliament, and chairman of the expert group presented the final report and recommendations of the expert group created six months ago, Its tasks were to look at actions for combating the declining interest in science studies among young people. Europe's capacity to innovate and the quality of its research depend on the choices being made now at schools across Europe and too few pupils are selecting key science subjects. (RAPID, IP/07/797, 12.6.2007)
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