What's up in education, New models for future pre-school services


“What’s up in education: new models for future pre-school services” project is part of the Erasmus+ programme, that is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.

Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Services and Programs represent an important context to promote children and family well-being and to prevent vulnerability.

In the last years European society has to cope with different challenges. These changes require to extend the access to ECEC services in order to accommodate a greater number of families, develop more inclusive and holistic educational services, able to intercept the different needs of different families and different type of users.

The 3 partners involved in the project represent examples of different Ecec government and organization services.
The job shadowing experience (one of the main activities) will enable the partners to share the best practices to transfer and experiment into their own communities.


The Project


The general objective of What’s up in education is to improve Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) organizational and governance models through exchange of experiences and good practices. Read more


The project includes different types of activities, related to the specific objectives and expected results: Transnational meetings, Job shadowing, Local seminars, Local experimental practices. Read more


The specific objectives of the project are linked to some expected results, that will be absorbed by the integrated network of preschool educational services which characterizes the territorial realities of the partnership. Read more
What's up in Education > New models for future pre-school services