Fifteen countries across Europe have already integrated coding at primary or secondary school level, according to a new report just launched by European Schoolnet, the coordinator of the European Coding Initiative.

How is coding currently integrated into curricula? How can we further advocate for coding as a key skill for a thriving and ever-innovative digital society and economy? These questions have set the scene for the development of this new report and to the renewal of our commitment to the promotion of coding teaching and learning".Marc Durando, European Schoolnet Executive Director

Are you between 14 and 30 years old? Are you interested in how ICT can improve the chances of young people to get a job? I-LINC invites young people between 14 and 30 years of age who would like to actively contribute by sharing their thoughts, insights and experiences on ICT for learning and inclusion with the aim to get a job

Press release: Brussels, 7 October 2015: Well over 100 young people aged 9-17 years and 35 mentors from 15 different countries worldwide participated in the ENABLE Hackathon, launched in June 2015, to reflect on the causes and process of bullying and use their creative and coding skills to propose solutions.

The annual Code Week is approaching fast! With the aim to bring together organisations and individual coders from across Europe and to encourage people to get try out coding, the campaign promises a lot of fun events in the week 10-18 October.

Press release - Brussels, 15 September 2015: The results of the 12.5 million Euro iTEC project, which piloted educational tools and resources in over 2500 classrooms across 20 European countries, are now available in a new book published by Springer International Publishing.

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Today, United Nations International Literacy Day, sees the full launch of the 2015 Insafe Back2School campaign, offering a range of free eSafety resources for teachers and educators. As technologies offer new opportunities for literacy in the 21st century, it is essential that a safer and accessible Internet is created for users across all ages.

European Schoolnet and Cisco release the first ever report exploring the context, duties, challenges and training needs of ICT Administrators in schools. This report is intended to raise awareness of the challenges and needs of this community of school IT Administrators, and to initiate a dialogue amongst public and private sector organizations to find solutions.

Next year, we will focus on further exploring the role that multiple stakeholders - including you - have to play in achieving a safer and better internet. With a theme of "Play your part for a better internet!", join us on 9 February 2016 to celebrate the day.

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