In October 2014, European Schoolnet published its first major report providing an overview of a wide range of coding initiatives across Europe, in both formal and informal learning environments. In the last year, coding in schools continued to be a worldwide trend and major European countries like France and Spain have just introduced it in their curricula this year.
Today, European Schoolnet published an updated overview of the formal integration of coding in school curricula across Europe, illustrated with examples of curricula integration by country. The new report also looks at training provisions for teachers and highlights a broad spectrum of formal and informal coding initiatives offered to students. The findings are based on a survey with 21 Ministries of Education (from 20 European countries and Israel), which gave an overview of their current initiatives and plans.
Read the 2015 updated “Computing our future” report (pdf).