Report of the analysis was posted to Language Policy Unit web-site on March 18, 2013 (http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/Source2012_Sem/semNov/Report_November2012_SeminarLangSchol_EN.pdf)
The strategy used in National Curriculum of Georgia was emphasized and given a positive review. National Curriculum divides language standards according to command of language and not according to grades. This kind of approach is not found in the curricula of other member states and gives a good opportunity to take into consideration level of language command among the pupils of certain grades, provides flexibility and vertical sequence of language teaching.
Besides, as mentioned in the report, goals for teaching languages are discussed separately in the national curricula of the member states. National Curriculum of Georgia is an exception in this regard. Language standards are in conceptual frame and competences are singled out for each of them. The strategy encourages transfer of experience from one language to the other.
Great emphasis is given to modern strategies in teaching/learning process for improving language competences.