European Schoolnet is looking for 12 secondary school teachers to form the Teach Europe Taskforce that will create pedagogical materials to teach about the European Union (EU) across the curriculum. As part of the Taskforce, teachers will be required to work together, attend training courses and events, and contribute to the development of a series of Learning Scenarios.

In July 2020 the Spanish Government launched the Digital Spain 2026 agenda as a roadmap for the country's digitalization process. This agenda was conceived as one of the pillars of Spain's Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, after the pandemic crisis, as well as a vector of modernisation and prosperity in the medium term, acting on the triple dimension of: (i) infrastructure and technology, (ii) economy, and (iii) people.

European Schoolnet is pleased to become a strategic partner of the ALL DIGITAL Weeks campaign and celebrate with the European Commission the European Year of Skills. The motto of the campaign is ‘'Enhance your digital skills'' which is a call to action for all European citizens to take an active part in a better future, to learn new skills, both basic and advanced, to face digital transformation with confidence.

The MLCE project is looking for you! Are you a teacher of primary or secondary education? Do you have an awareness of media literacy or experience with teaching about media literacy? Are you comfortable expressing your opinions in English? If yes, make sure answer to this call!

As we celebrate International Women's Day, it is crucial to acknowledge the ongoing economic, social, and technological obstacles that women continue to encounter. Despite the significant progress that our society has achieved, gender disparities still persist. In particular, if we look at the tech industry :

Teachers can use formative assessment to improve their teaching and empower their students to guide their own learning. However, many teachers in OECD countries are still not making regular use of formative assessment practices. Training and encouraging teachers in using formative assessment can be cost-effective according to research, but teachers need the support of other education stakeholders to invest time and effort in trying formative assessment. Furthermore, digital tools can facilitate formative assessment, but their potential remains largely untapped.

The 2023 STEM Discovery Campaign is a joint international initiative organised by Scientix that invites educators, projects, organisations, libraries, schools, universities, youth clubs and all interested stakeholders across Europe and the world to celebrate careers and studies in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The campaign started on 1 February 2023 and will run until the end of April, with a peak of activities from 24-30 April.

This year, on January 24, the world celebrates the fifth International Day of Education under the theme "to invest in people, prioritize education". The initiative, undertaken by UNESCO, intends to highlight the crucial importance of education as a human right, a public good and a public responsibility.

European Schoolnet's latest report urges policymakers to take time to reflect on lessons learned during Covid-19, to re-think and re-shape school education.

World Teachers' Day is celebrated on 5 October. An important day declared by UNESCO in 1966. This year's theme is "Transforming education begins with teachers", and it emphasises the role that teachers have in developing the potential of their learners.