I agree with HAWK21M
My plan would be - re-introduce Oral examinations. Perhaps just for Modules 11,13,15,17.
Produce an simple syllabus with an approved reading list.
Get rid of questions on obsolete systems such as LORAN C and other such crap from the database.
As Hawk says, introduce a series of training videos and CBT
that EASA has control over and regularly refreshes.
Finally, expand the question database vastly and make sure each and every exam paper is different. Too many people rely on learning the questions parrot fashion and don't learn the subject.
I know it will never happen, EASA is far too busy creating an unfathomable number of regulations to concentrate on the basic and actually improve standards.
It is far too easy to pass the modular exams with minimal knowledge and just time at the PC
hammering the question banks on-line. This needs to be stamped out.