an e-learning platform accessible to every citizen

Siim Kaevats.Photo: Private collection

The opportunity to acquire new knowledge and skills on the e-learning platform could be available to all Estonian citizens, regardless of age, gender, skin color, language skills or economic situation, Siim Kaevats writes in an article sent to the opinion competition Successful Estonia.

I propose to add a self-learning platform to the environment of the state portal, with the help of which citizens could acquire new knowledge, set challenges or acquire a new profession. The e-learning platform of the state portal would make learning exciting and productive, would be highly efficient and would create an opportunity for lifelong learning, which is the key to modern self-development, active career development and a happy old age.

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