UK has the presidency of EU from July 1 to Dec 31. As can be seen from the list below adult education is sparsely mentioned in the priority list.
The key expected areas of work in education and youth during the UK Presidency are as follows:
Negotiating new EU education and youth programmes designed to promote cooperation between educational establishments and promote country exchanges between lecturers, teachers and students such as the Erasmus programme;
Analysing how improving the skills of the European workforce would contribute to increased productivity and agreeing concrete steps under the OMC to take forward work in this area;
A report on education and training´s contribution to competitiveness and social inclusion under the Lisbon agenda;
Improving quality assurance for Higher Education Institutions across Europe;
Agreeing a resolution on the implementation of the EU Youth Pact.