ESoDoc (European Social Documentary) is a project-based course offering three one-week sessions held over a period of six months. ESoDoc focuses on new ways of producing, funding and distributing documentaries on social themes.
The ASEMUS Exchange of Museum Educators Grant Program enhances professional development of museum educators in Asia and Europe and strengthens connections and cultural understanding between the two regions.
Another reason Berlin is the progressive city is the Node Center for Curatorial Studies. The center currently offers those interested in curatorial issues the opportunity to extend their practice in an internationally oriented e-learning program, guided by international curators and art professionals.
At least €1.5 billion will go to the future Erasmus for All programme (an academic exchange programme between EU and overseas universities, which has helped pupils improve their education by gaining experience of studying abroad).
Applications should highlight programs that expand student potential by promoting creativity, innovation, and critical thinking skills.
The research, conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics, showed a 16% drop in public elementary school instruction for drama/theatre over the past ten years, and a 3% drop in secondary schools.