Key Competences in Europe: Interpretation, Policy Formulation and Implementation.

@article{Halsz2011KeyCI,
  title={Key Competences in Europe: Interpretation, Policy Formulation and Implementation.},
  author={G{\'a}bor Hal{\'a}sz and Alain P. Michel},
  journal={European Journal of Education},
  year={2011},
  volume={46},
  pages={289-306}
}
The evolution in Europe towards more competence-based curricula in the last ten years or so is the result of several exogenous factors and a determined European policy. The Reference Framework of Key Competences for Lifelong Learning, a Recommendation approved by the European Parliament and the Council in 2006, and the work carried out within the Open Method of Coordination as well as by European research bodies have had a significant impact on Member States' curriculum reforms. This article… 
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