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The European Commission seem to half heartedly deny the existence of a crisis at EURSC (the European Schools). They write in September 2013. “The crisis that was allegedly recognised by the European Commission at a meeting of the Education Council in May is related to the cost-sharing issue, and the high number of the unfilled… » read more

Posted by Mélanie Bruneau

The European Parliament passed a resolution in September 2011 that has so far been ignored. The Parliament resolution, came after an extensive and well regarded study led by Jean-Marie Cavada. The Cavada report itself followed a report by the European Commission which averred that the process of reform that was launched by European Parliament resolutions… » read more

Posted by Mélanie Bruneau

In 2004, the Commission issued its Communication to the Council and the European Parliament concerning a consultation on options for developing the European Schools system. In August 2009, the Commission indicated that it was concerned about the failure rates in the European Schools system. The Commission agreed that it was important to find the causes… » read more

Posted by Mélanie Bruneau

The European Schools system, EURSC, is an unregulated body not subject to European Law or national law. The EURSC was set up by an intergovernmental treaty signed by the EU Member states and it operates totally outside the laws of the European Union but has its own “internal” sui generis legal system. Citizens have no… » read more

Posted by Mélanie Bruneau