Europe launch of learning links

24th March 2000 at 00:00
LIFELONG learning will be central to the latest phase of Europe's biggest education action scheme, launched this week by education minister Baroness Blackstone. The pound;140 million, seven-year Socrates programme involves 31 European countries and promotes eduction links between them from primary pupils to adult learners. Socrates II will concentrate on lifelong learning to foster citizenship and improve employability. For details see www.britcoun.orgcbeve or call the Central Bureau on 020 7389 4004.


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