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Erasmus+ call for proposals – European policy experimentation

The European Commission has launched a new policy experimentation call under Erasmus+ (key action 3). 
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Among the six topics covered, one addresses school education, one vocational education and training and one digital education, with the following priorities: 

School education:

  • Pathways to school success
  • Building sustainability competences
  • Support structures and mechanisms for enhancing mobility of teachers.


Digital education:

  • Building a teaching framework and policy intervention aiming to boost gender balance in pursuing ICT related studies and professions, 
  • Digital well-being: Putting into practice what works 
  • Data literacy strategies in primary and secondary education.


Vocational education and training:

  • Women in GreenTech
  • Support structures and networks for apprentices’ mobility 

This call will support transnational cooperation projects that involve developing, implementing and testing the relevance, effectiveness, potential impact and scalability of activities to address policy priorities in the education and training sectors. By combining strategic leadership, methodological soundness, and a strong European dimension, they enable mutual learning and support evidence-based policy at European level.

Each project application under the call should only address one of the topics, and only one priority under the topic. Under the school education topic, the coordinator must be a public educational authority (national, regional or local level).

Please check closely the activities suggested, eligibility criteria, and award criteria in the call for proposals. The deadline for applications is 4 June 2024.

More information: Call for proposals – European policy experimentation (ERASMUS-EDU-2024-POL-EXP)

Additional information

  • Education type:
    School Education
    Vocational Education and Training
  • Target audience:
    Head Teacher / Principal
    ICT Coordinator
    Company staff
    Higher education institution staff
    Not-for-profit / NGO staff