Media education, context, politic action, school programmes, teachers training


This paper exposes the situation of media education in Luxembourg educational context beginning with the idea that media presence is still insufficient. The article includes an analysis of Education policy and media education proposals through training courses carried out especially by the National Programmes Council. Other proposals are likewise explained.


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Kickert, C., & Beck, N. (2007). Media education in Luxembourg. [La educación en medios en Luxemburgo]. Comunicar, 28, 97-101.



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