The Agile EDU project, coordinated by European Schoolnet, aims to support inclusive and high-quality digital education as per the EC Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027. Running from January 2023 for three years, the project involves diverse European partners and focuses on the ethical use of data in learning. It will produce case studies, professional development resources, and guidelines through research and stakeholder dialogues.

The GenB project aims to inspire young people to adopt sustainable and circular lifestyles. By engaging with young people, parents, and teachers, GenB provides materials and toolkits on the bioeconomy and bio-based sectors.

The Accelerating Teaching addresses the low interest in STEM subjects among 15-year-olds in many Western countries, as highlighted by PISA studies.

The NBS Academy is an European hub for integrating nature-based solutions (NBS) in teacher education. Scientix and its partners aim to create an international Community of Practice (CoP) of educators, policymakers, and stakeholders to develop and test innovative ITE (Initial Teacher Education) and CPD (Continuing Professional Development) programmes on NBS.

The COOLSCHOOLS project aims to promote nature-based climate shelters in urban schools across Europe, transforming vulnerable schoolyards into green spaces accessible to all city residents. This involves implementing traditional heat-reducing solutions in buildings and redesigning playgrounds with vegetation, shade spaces, and water points.

OUTSTE(A)M is transforming early childhood education with an innovative toolkit designed to ignite curiosity, critical thinking, and creativity in young learners, turning outdoor learning into an exciting STE(A)M adventure

Launched in 2022, European Commission's European School Education Platform is the meeting point for all stakeholders in the school education sector. The platform is also home to eTwinning, the community for schools in Europe.

The overall objective of the 21st Century European Teachers project (Teacher Academy project XXI-TEACH-EU), funded by Erasmus + programme, is to gain insight into how European teachers can approach and develop teaching in emerging subject areas (Technological empowerment, Sustainable learning, Entrepreneurship, Playful learning), that arise as a result of large complex upheavals affecting society e.g., climate changes and the ubiquitous digital development.

Teachers are key drivers of change in Europe's education and society as a whole, playing a pivotal role in the successful implementation of the European Commission's Digital Education Action Plan. ContinueUP, supports the effective continued development of European teachers across their entire professional career, from initial teacher education to continuous teacher training.

EmpowerED is a consortium of 11 Partners with complementary expertise. The project is coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN), with the aim to establish and animate a new EdTech Community for exchange, dialogue and collaboration in Europe.