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 Teach Europe Project aims to strengthen the pedagogical offer on the topics of European citizenship and the European Union; to upskill teachers by providing them with innovative learning scenarios to implement an EU perspective across the curriculum; and to give the opportunity to students to learn more about the EU, to think critically about their European identity and to explore active citizenship.

DIGI-LINGO is an initiative that aims to support the European Union's stated goal of enabling multilingualism and ensuring that every person speaks at least two foreign languages.

Augmented Reality (AR) is at the forefront of the debate on how to improve education with the use of new technologies. As Europe is set to become a global leader in VR and AR, Augmented Reality is considered to be one of the candidates for the education of the future.

The European Film Factory is an ambitious project that aims to support film literacy by giving teachers and their students (11 to 18 years old) the unique opportunity to participate actively in film education.

Assess@Learning is a European policy experimentation which aims to support the systemic uptake of Digital Formative Assessment (DFA) practices in schools.

European Schoolnet in collaboration with Triseum, a Texas based company, run the Triseum Validation Pilot. The project aimed to explore whether the use of these games increases student classroom engagement and motivation to learn and how two learning games of Triseum can be implemented by teachers and used by students in secondary schools in different countries in Europe.

The aim of the project is to foster shared school leadership and effective networking through capacity building (self-assessment, training and sharing of best practices) within three key areas: STEM education, Innovative use of ICT in teaching and Digital citizenship.

The CO-LAB (Collaborative Education Lab) project gives practitioners and policy makers the opportunity to experiment and better understand what Collaborative Teaching and Learning (CTL) means in policy and practice.

European Schoolnet worked with Kaspersky Lab to validate and test the service Kaspersky Safe Kids, which aims at a shared family approach to managing internet and mobile phone usage rather than the more traditional "Parental control" approach.