Three questions that everyone can ask themselves:

How did I feel about my own kindergarten and school days and how does looking back make me feel?
How much of what I learnt can I still recall or what of what I learnt do I need and which details do I wish I could remember better?
How do I currently experience education? Through my own children, friends, family or my own work in this field.

Social participation raises the level of education and creates more vitality and attention for education and learning culture.

Evolving forward-looking and connecting spaces and at the same time promoting individuality and diversity in the educational landscape requires socially positive participation. Through learning diversity and regional learning centres, we can reconnect socially and across generations, revitalise regional structures and nourish them economically. The path to establishing creative and lively learning leads to a stronger society.