Press release: Brussels, 21 October 2015 The two-year Creative Classrooms Lab project (CCL) brought together teachers and policy makers from eight countries to design, implement and evaluate 1:1 tablet scenarios in 45 schools.

Eleven schools from eleven countries across Europe won The Entrepreneurial School Award 2015, a national and European recognition of the best schools championing entrepreneurship education.

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

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.

Seven new videos showcasing innovative pedagogical practice in European classrooms have been published. The videos have been created by the Interactive Classroom Working Group that launched the classroom practice series last year with four videos.

The European Schoolnet Academy will be presented at the Opening workshop on Digital Skills for the Digital Single Market which takes place on 17 June in Riga.

Industry representatives, Ministries of Education and non-profit organisations met on June 9 at European Schoolnet's premises to take stock of what has been done to promote coding and computational thinking at all levels of education.

More than 150 teachers and pupils are rewarded today by the European Commission to celebrate their outstanding work in developing European cooperative projects via eTwinning.

Educational institutions, teachers and parents are essential to prepare youngsters with the right skills. Yet their involvement is not enough, more needs to be done.

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