European Schoolnet intends to support the development of digital citizens, contribute to the professional development of teachers through our Future Classroom Lab and European Schoolnet Academy, and help scale innovation through pilot projects and defining eco-systems to support systemic change. It is through this work that European Schoolnet hopes to continue to transform education for years to come.
Twenty years have passed since European Schoolnet was first created and having begun as a network of 18 Ministries of Education in 1997, today we count 31 members, all united in our mission to transform education in Europe. Improving teaching and learning, especially through harnessing the benefits of the pedagogical use of technology, has always been at the heart of what we do, whether through pan-European school networking activities, policy experimentation through pilot projects, working on interoperability and the exchange of learning resources, or focusing on digital skills and citizenship issues as well as STEM education.
European Schoolnet has always and will continue to bring together Ministries of Education, schools, teachers and industry partners in order to enable cooperation at European level and bring innovation in education.Back