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Sentencia del Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Europea.  Asuntos acumulados C-622/16 P (Scuola Elementare Maria Montessori Srl / Comisión), C-623/16 P (Comisión / Scuola Elementare Maria Montessori Srl) y C-624/16 P (Comisión / Pietro Ferracci) de 6 de noviembre de 2018
Recurso de casación — Ayudas de Estado — Decisión por la que se declara imposible la recuperación de una ayuda de Estado incompatible con el mercado interior — Decisión por la que se declara la inexistencia de ayuda de Estado — Recursos de anulación interpuestos por competidores de beneficiarios de ayudas de Estado — Admisibilidad — Acto reglamentario que no incluye medidas de ejecución — Afectación directa — Concepto de “imposibilidad absoluta” de recuperar una ayuda de Estado incompatible con el mercado interior — Concepto de “ayuda de Estado” — Conceptos de “empresa” y “actividad económica”
En los asuntos acumulados C‑622/16 P a C‑624/16 P, que tienen por objeto tres recursos de casación interpuestos, con arreglo al artículo 56 del Estatuto del Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Europea, el 25 de noviembre de 2016, Scuola Elementare Maria Montessori Srl, con domicilio social en Roma (Italia), representada por los Sres. E. Gambaro y F. Mazzocchi, avvocati, parte recurrente, y en el que las otras partes en el procedimiento son: Comisión Europea, representada por los Sres. D. Grespan y P. Stancanelli y por la Sra. F. Tomat, en calidad de agentes, parte demandada en primera instancia, República Italiana, representada por la Sra. G. Palmieri, en calidad de agente, asistida por los Sres. G. De Bellis y S. Fiorentino, avvocati dello Stato, parte coadyuvante en primera instancia (C‑622/16 P), Comisión Europea, representada por los Sres. P. Stancanelli y D. Grespan y por la Sra. F. Tomat, en calidad de agentes, parte recurrente, y en el que las otras partes en el procedimiento son: Scuola Elementare Maria Montessori Srl, con domicilio social en Roma, representada por los Sres. E. Gambaro y F. Mazzocchi, avvocati, parte demandante en primera instancia, República Italiana, representada por la Sra. G. Palmieri, en calidad de agente  asistida por los Sres. G. De Bellis y S. Fiorentino, avvocati dello Stato, parte coadyuvante en primera instancia (C‑623/16 P), y Comisión Europea, representada por los Sres. P. Stancanelli y D. Grespan y por la Sra. F. Tomat, en calidad de agentes, parte recurrente, y en el que las otras partes en el procedimiento son: Pietro Ferracci, con domicilio en San Cesareo (Italia), parte demandante en primera instancia, República Italiana, representada por la Sra. G. Palmieri, en calidad de agente,  sistida por los Sres. G. De Bellis y S. Fiorentino, avvocati dello Stato, parte coadyuvante en primera instancia (C‑624/16 P) (Curia.europa.eu, 6.11.2018)

CoverHome Education Policies in Europe: Primary and Lower Secondary Education
Luxemburgo: OPOCE, 2018. Eurydice Report

Does compulsory education mean obligation to attending schools in Europe? Do parents have the right to educate their children at home? Under which conditions can parents exercise this right? Policies and legislation on home schooling vary greatly across Europe. This short report provides a comparative overview on national policies in the 38 countries participating in the Eurydice network. The comparative overview is complemented by short national descriptions. [+]

La Comisión Europea ha dado a conocer hoy una nueva herramienta para ayudar a todos los centros escolares de la UE, así como de Rusia, Georgia y Serbia, a evaluar la manera en que utilizan la tecnología digital para la enseñanza y el aprendizaje. En la UE, la herramienta SELFIE (sigla inglesa que corresponde a la autorreflexión sobre el aprendizaje efectivo mediante el fomento del uso de tecnologías educativas innovadoras) se ofrecerá a 76,7 millones de alumnos y profesores de 250 000 centros escolares, con carácter voluntario. Se pone en marcha en veinticuatro lenguas de la UE, y seguirán más versiones lingüísticas. Toda escuela interesada (de educación primaria superior, educación secundaria y formación profesional) puede inscribirse en la plataforma SELFIE y llevar a cabo la autorreflexión. El objetivo de la Comisión es llegar a un millón de alumnos, profesores y directores de centros escolares de aquí al término de 2019. SELFIE es una de las once iniciativas del Plan de Acción de Educación Digital presentado por la Comisión en enero de este año.El Plan de Acción tiene por objeto impulsar las capacidades digitales en Europa y apoyar el uso innovador de las tecnologías digitales en la enseñanza y el aprendizaje. [+]

CoverTeachers' and School Heads' Salaries and Allowances in Europe 2016/17
Luxembourg: OPOCE, 2018. Eurydice Report

This report gives information on statutory salaries and allowances for teachers and school heads in pre-primary, primary and secondary public school. The comparative analyses, which includes 41 European education systems, shows an increase in teacher's pay but also differences in salary conditions and salary progression across Europe. Salaries have in fact increased by at least 3 % in 18 education systems. However, real salaries (i.e. discounting inflation) of beginning teachers are lower in nine European countries than in 2009/10 i.e. the years following the financial crisis. Differences between countries concern not only the level of basic salaries but also the number of years’ service necessary to achieve the maximum, which can go from 6 to 42 years depending on the country. Data displayed on the national sheets are collected jointly by the Eurydice and the OECD/ NESLI networks. [+]

CoverThe Structure of the European Education Systems 2018/19: Schematic Diagrams
Luxembourg: OPOCE, 2018. Eurydice Report

This report provides information on the structure of mainstream education in European countries from pre-primary to tertiary level for the 2018/19 school and academic year. It includes national schematic diagrams, an explanatory guide and a map showing the main organisational models of compulsory education. The information is available for 43 European education systems covering 38 countries participating in the EU's Erasmus+ programme. [+]

CoverThe Organisation of School Time in Europe. Primary and General Secondary Education – 2018/19
Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2018. Eurydice Reports

How is the school year organised across Europe? Despite some differences, countries show many similarities regarding the structure of their school calendars. In 10 countries/regions, school generally starts in August. The countries where the school year begins the earliest are Denmark and Finland. With regard to the number of school days, it varies between 156 days in Albania and 200 days in Denmark and Italy. In general, the number of school days is the same in primary and secondary education, but there are a few exceptions: in France (upper secondary education), Greece (in secondary education, teaching days and exam days are included) and Serbia for example, the number of schools days is higher in secondary education than in primary.

This report, based on national data, gives an overview on the length of the school year, the start and the end dates, the timing and length of school holidays and the number of school days. It covers both primary and general secondary education and key points are illustrated by comparative figures. The information is available for 38 countries participating in the EU's Erasmus+ programme (28 Member States, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Turkey). [+]

CoverRecommended Annual Instruction Time in Full-time Compulsory Education in Europe – 2017/18
Luxembourg: OPOCE, 2018. Eurydice Report

The Council of the European Union has set the goal of reducing low achievement in reading, mathematics and science among 15-year-olds to less than 15 % by 2020. How are European countries going to achieve this? One of the key elements in the learning process is the instruction time available to students. In fact, not only the quality of instruction but also the time available for learning can have a positive effect on students' learning process, in particular, in the case of disadvantaged students. This Instruction Time report analyses the recommended minimum instruction time in full-time compulsory general education in 43 European education systems for the year 2017-2018. Special attention is paid to subjects, with a special focus on reading, writing and literature, mathematics, natural sciences and social studies. [+]

CoverTeaching Careers in Europe: Access, Progression and Support
Luxembourg: OPOCE, 2017. Eurydice Report

At a time when the importance of teachers is becoming increasingly apparent, what are the main challenges in the teaching profession related to supply and demand? How do education systems address these issues? How does one qualify to be a teacher? What support is available once qualified? What are the career opportunities in this profession?

The comparative overview of national policies on teacher careers across Europe, which covers 43 European education systems, provides an analysis of different aspects of the teaching profession. The report focuses on primary and general secondary education. The main themes include: forward planning and main challenges in teacher supply and demand, entry to the teaching profession and teacher mobility, continuing professional development and support, career development, and teacher appraisal. [+]

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