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.

On Friday 17 April 2015 Prof. José Mariano Gago passed away. His native Portugal and Europe lose an extraordinary scientist, revolutionary minister and visionary European policymaker. He was of great influence to European science policy and science education.

The Youth Manifesto publication, which outlines the ten key principles that European youth have identified as essential to creating a better internet for the future, is now available online!

Do you want to learn how to code? Do you want to teach coding in a fun way to kids? Check out the new all you need is {C<3DE} website!

For many young people in the early 21st century, their online personality, social interactions and activities are as important as their life in the physical world. Teachers, therefore, need to recognize this and help young people make the most of the opportunities online technologies and social media offer to develop key competences – and, crucially, become reflective and responsible citizens.

The eSkills for Jobs campaign for 2015 is underway with the issuing of the Riga Declaration - the 10 principles that will guide efforts this year to unlock the potential of eSkills to fuel growth and job creation

The Entrepreneurial School has launched a quick guide that takes teachers through 10 simple steps on how to introduce entrepreneurial learning in their classroom.

ENABLE is a two-year project co-funded by the European Commission, which has an over-riding mission to protect children's rights. The project aims to reduce bullying in schools, through in-depth investigation and implementation of impactful actions. The ENABLE public launch will take place in Athens on 11-12 March 2015.

New European Schoolnet Academy courses will start this spring, after the incredible success of last year's courses. Almost 10,000 participants enjoyed the Academy courses in 2014, with a hugely positive feedback. Develop your teaching skills in just 30 minutes per day, join us on two exciting MOOCs this April, designed by teachers for teachers

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