The Digital Education Action Plan proposes the following actions for the period 2021-2027:
Priority 1: Promote the development of a highly efficient digital education ecosystemAction 1: Strategic dialogue with Member States on the factors driving the success of digital education
Action 2: Council Recommendation on blended learning for primary and secondary educationAction 3: European content framework for digital educationAction 4: Connectivity and digital equipment for educationAction 5: Digital transformation plans for education and training institutions
Action 6: Artificial intelligence and use of data in education and trainingPriority 2: Enhance digital skills and competences for digital transformationAction 7: Common guidelines for teachers and educators to promote digital literacy and tackle disinformation through education and trainingAction 8: Update the European digital skills framework to include AI and data skills
Action 9: European Digital Skills Certificate (EDSC)Action 10: Council Recommendation on improving the supply of digital skills in education and trainingAction 11: Transnational collection of data on students ‘digital skills and introduction of an EU target for students’ digital competenceAction 12: Internships “Digital Opportunities”
Action 13: Participation of women in STEM disciplinesDigital education hubDigital education hubTo support both priority areas, the Commission will establish a digital education hub which will strengthen EU-wide cooperation and exchanges on digital education.
First action plan for digital education
The Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027 builds on the first plan for the period 2018-2020, which pursued the following priority objectives:improve the use of digital technology for teaching and learningdevelop digital skills and competencesimprove education through better data analysis and forecasting.
Contact usThe Digital Education Action Plan is coordinated by the Digital Education Unit of the Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (DG EAC).To find out more about the Digital Education Action Plan, contact us by sending an email to
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