European Schoolnet



European Schoolnet is the network of 31 European Ministries of Education, based in Brussels. As a not-for-profit organisation, we aim to bring innovation in teaching and learning to our key stakeholders: Ministries of Education, schools, teachers, researchers, and industry partners. 

Since its founding in 1997, European Schoolnet has used its links with education ministries to help schools make effective use of educational technologies, equipping both teachers and pupils with the skills to achieve in the knowledge society.

European Schoolnet provides both Ministries and schools with: information and services relating to the innovative use of educational technology; outreach campaigns on specific educational topics such as maths, science and technology; and research activities.

In particular, European Schoolnet pledges to:

  • Support schools in achieving effective use of ICT in teaching and learning

  • Improve and raise the quality of education in Europe

  • Promote the European dimension in education

To fulfil our goals, we develop European-funded projects with the European Commission, the Ministries of Education and industry partners. These projects include Future Classroom Lab (Designing the Future Classroom) and All you need is code (promote coding and computational thinking at all levels of education). We also run a number of services for teachers and policymakers, such as Scientix, to promote science education, and Insafe, dedicated to digital citizenship skills and online safety.

European Schoolnet was also the coordinator of ECB Ingenious, now continuing with the STEM Alliance.

European Schoolnet and CSR Europe  act as coordinating bodies of the STEM Alliance. The two networks jointly coordinate the various industries, representatives from education systems, schools, teachers and pupils involved in the initiative.


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Our member for Austria is the Federal Ministry of Education and Women's Affairs (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Frauen, BMBF)

Contact details: Minoritenplatz 5 A-1014 Vienna Austria
Information about the Austrian education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:


Our members for Belgium are the departments of education for the Flemish and French speaking communities of Belgium.

Flemish Community

Vlaams Ministerie van Onderwijs en Vorming (Flemish Ministry of Education and Training).

Educational portals:;

Contact details: Koning Albert II-laan 15 B-1210 Brussels (Belgium) Tel: +32 2 553 95 70

Description of activities: Recognition and funding schools (working resources, salaries, extra subsidies) Quality assurance through curriculum development and defining so called attainment targets Quality Control, i.e. checking if the attainment targets are reached (via the inspectorate) Developing, supporting and running specific projects according to contemporary policy and societal needs.

Information about the Flemish education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:

French Community

Administration générale de l'Enseignement et de la Recherche scientifique de la Communauté française de Belgique Service de l'Administrateur général Cellule des relations internationales

Main educational portal:

Contact details: 20-22, boulevard du Jardin Botanique B-1000 Brussels Belgium


Bulgaria has the status of observer with European Schoolnet.

Czech Republic

Our member for the Czech Republic is the Centre for International Services (Dům zahraničních služeb).


Contact details: Dům zahraničních služeb, Na Poříčí 1035/4, 110 00, Prague 1, Czech Republic. Tel: +420221850300 / +420221850100 Fax: +420221850251 Email:

Description of activities: The Centre for International Services (DZS) is the allowance organisation founded by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. The National Agency for European Educational Programmes (NAEP) has been established under DZS and is responsible for implementation of the Lifelong Learning Programme and other educational programmes in the Czech Republic. NAEP provides promotion of educational programmes, assistance and consultancy services, management of funds and contracts for decentralized actions, monitoring, dissemination and valorisation, organisation of seminars and conferences. DZS also manages other activities related to international cooperation of schools, study possibilities for foreigners in Czech Republic, collaboration with other European Ministries of Education in the field of ICT in education.


Our member for Denmark is the STIL, the National Agency for IT and Learning. Located in Copenhagen and Aarhus, STIL is under the Danish Ministry for Children, Education and Gender Equality.

Main educational portal:

Contact details: Special Advisor Rikke Thonbo, Oluf Palmes Allé 38, 8200 Aarhus N, Mobile +45 3587 8213, e-mail:

Description of activities: The National Agency for It and Learning is an agency under The Ministry for Children, Education and Gender Equality. We promote digital development within the area of children and learning. Our primary focus is on increasing the use of IT in education, and to support an effective operation of institutions by using IT. Information about the Danish education system and ICT

Policies: Insight country report:


Our member for Estonia is the Information Technology Foundation for Education a national programme under the Estonian Ministry of Education to increase Estonian school education quality utilizing modern information and communication technology.

Main educational portal:

Contact details: The Innovation Centre for Digital Education Raja 4C Tallinn 12616, Estonia - Contact:


Our member for Finland is the Finnish National Board of Education (Opetushallitus/Utbildningsstyrelsen).

Description of Activities:

As a national development agency, the Finnish National board of Education has a wide range of tasks. The Finnish National Board of Education follows the development of educational objectives, content and methods according to the performance agreement with the Ministry of Education and Culture.

The activities of the Finnish National Board of Education include implementing national education policies, preparing the national core curricula and requirements for qualifications, developing education and teaching staff as well as providing services for the education sector and administrative services.

The Finnish National Board of Education publishes monitoring information on, among others, the costs of education, educational institutions, student numbers, applicants and graduates. The agency is also involved in the exchange of international information on education through European networks.

In addition, it assists the Ministry of Education and Culture in the preparation of education policy decisions. The Finnish National Board of Education is managed by the Board, the members of which represent political decision-making, local authorities, teachers and social partners.

The operations of the Finnish National Board of Education are organised into five departments:

  • General Education
  • Vocational Education and Training
  • Services for the Education Sector
  • Administrative Services
  • Education in Swedish

Contact details: Finnish National Board of Education, Opetushallitus/Utbildningsstyrelsen, PL 380, FIN-00530, Helsinki, Finland tel. +358 29 533 1000

Contact person: Councellor of Education Mr. Jukka Tulivuori,


Our member for France is the Ministère de l'éducation nationale, de la jeunesse et de la vie associative.

Educational portals:;

Contact details: Ministère de l'éducation nationale, de la jeunesse et de la vie associative Direction de la Technologie 101 rue de Grenelle F-75357 Paris Cedex 07 SP France

Tel: +33 6 32 230 92 79 Fax:+33 1 55 55 80 40

Description of activities: The Department of Information and Communication Technologies for Education is working on many projects that are grouped into programmes.

  • Infrastructures and services programme : its aim is to provide the educational community with the infrastructures and services necessary for supporting the development of ICT practices.
  • ICT uses in education : its aims are to develop ICT use that is adapted to needs, in all school subjects, at all educational levels, thanks to specific actions at national level ; encourage the production and sharing of educational uses : pedagogical scenarii written by teachers and validated by the inspectorate are published on a website ; organize the transformation of French digital campuses into : the Thematic Digital Universities
  • Digital resources for teaching and learning in schools and higher education institutions programme. This programme has defined a digital publication action plan that meets the expectations of pupils, students and teachers (SCHENE). It supports the production and distribution of quality digital educational content for pupils, students, and for teachers. It assists the development of quality educational multimedia.
  • ICTE training programme. It aims to systematize ICT training, and to support actions targeting the entire educational community : pupils, trainers, teaching staff and support staff.

Information about the French education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:


Germany has the status of observer with European Schoolnet.


Membership process underway. More information about our member in Georgia to follow.


Our member for Greece is the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs (GRMoE) responsible for the development, implementation and supporting of a comprehensive state educational policy.

The Institute of Educational Policy (IEP) is a Private Legal Entity supervised by and supports the GRMoE with educational scientific research and studies, regarding the implementation of the national educational policy.

Educational portals:;;

Contact details:36, An. Tsocha Street
GR-11521 - Athens GREECE
Phone: (+30) 210 3312406 (int. 600)
Fax: (+30) 210 3257336
Att: Mr Pantelis NIKOLAIDIS
Office of European and International Educational Policy.


Description of activities:

The education policy and strategy in Greece is mainly exercised by the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, (MoE) assisted in its work by a number of institutional entities.

The Ministry of Education (MoE) has established the strategic plan for the "Digital School", in order to modernize the education system through the use of the ICTs. In the context of the "Digital School", on-going and near future actions in both primary and secondary education evolve the wide use of innovative technologies (i.e., Web 2.0 applications tools), in order to enhance the traditional and lecture-dominant teaching methods and to provide a flexible and attractive learning environment.

The "New School" strategy constitutes a systematic and comprehensive approach with complementary measures implemented simultaneously in a coordinated way (e.g. investment in digital infrastructure, development of new learning materials, change of curricula, teachers training). All new services have been designed in a way that ensure a successful deployment based on the following three key success factors:

  • The active participation of teachers (both primary and secondary) into the process of development of the digital learning materials and the everyday use during the teaching process.
  • The active involvement of all the educational units in all learning subjects.
  • The establishment of a continuous evaluation process in order to ensure the quality of the digital educational resources.

Although the Educational Reform consists of several individual actions, it becomes also a coherent common tool in order to provide synergies and efficiencies mainly focus on:

  1. Training policies in terms of initial training, the teachers' constant support and the in-service training in new curricula for the directors.
  2. Inclusion policies focus mainly on "Zones of Educational Priority".
  3. The rationalization of the school administration, based upon two major action of:
    • A new merging plan for school entities.
    • A certification of administrative efficiency diploma in education.
  4. The School Evaluation policy with special attention to the development of an external evaluation framework.
  5. The New Curricula development based on learning outcomes.

Related actions include:

  • Better establishment of the "Bring You Own Device" (BYOD) project to primary and secondary schools.
  • Installation of computer laboratories with enhanced functionalities (i.e., broadband wireless access, multimedia equipment) and integration of advanced devices such as interactive whiteboards.
  • Schools interconnection to municipal optical metropolitan area networks, enabling high-speed optical access to Greek School Network (GSN).

Promoting innovation with the design and implementation of innovative actions

Information about the Greek education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:


Our member for Hungary is the Ministry of Human Resources. The delegate organization to European Schoolnet is the Educational Authority.

Educational portals:,

Contact details: Educational Authority, Maros u. 19-21. Budapest 1122 Hungary Tel: +36-1-4773100, e-mail: info[at]

Description of activities: The tasks related to the EUN membership were delegated to the Educational Authority by the Ministry of Human Resources hence the organization is acting as the Hungarian EUN Member on behalf of the Ministry. The Educational Authority provides and develops IT services for education, runs education-related research and development projects, fulfills administration-type activities in the educational system, and offers pedagogical professional services for teachers. The Authority is also involved in international cooperation, and it acts as the eTwinning NSS for Hungary. The Educational Authority maintains the Hungarian educational portal Sulinet.


Our member for Ireland is the Department of Education & Skills.

Contact details: Department of Education & Skills, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1.


Our members for Israel are MAKASH and Ministry of Education, Directorate for Science and Technology.

Contact details: Ministry of Education Directorate for Science and Technology 2, Hashlosha St, Tel Aviv Israel MAKASH - ICT Implementations in Education P.O.B. 151 Doar Haela 9987 Israel

Information about the Israeli education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:


Our member for Italy is INDIRE (Istituto Nazionale di Documentazione, Innovazione e Ricerca Innovativa).

Educational portals:;

Contact details: Via Buonarroti, 10 50122 Firenze ( IT ) Tel:+ 39 055 2380301 Fax: +39 055 2380395 Email:

Description of activities: INDIRE, the National Institute for Documentation, Innovation and Educational Research, is the Ministry of Education's most ancient institute of research.

Since its inception, the Institute has been accompanying the evolution of the Italian school system, investing in training and innovation and supporting the processes of school improvement.

The Institute, with INVALSI (the National Institute for the Evaluation of the System of Education and Training) and the Inspectorate, is part of the system of national assessment in education and training.

The Institute has extensive experience in the use of Information and Communication Technologies for in-service training of teaching staff, administrative, technical and auxiliary staff and school leaders and is a point of reference for educational research.

INDIRE looks to Europe through the Lifelong Learning Programme and many international collaborations, contributing to the development of a network of contacts, exchanges, flows of information and experiences among schools, students, companies and institutions of all EU countries.

Information about the Italian education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:


Our member for Lithuania is the Ministry of Education and Science, Centre of Information Technologies of Education (Švietimo ir mokslo ministerija, Švietimo informacinių technologijų centras).

Main educational portal:

Contact details: Suvalku str. 1 LT-03106 Vilnius Lithuania Tel: +370 5 2356131 Fax: +370 5 2356155

Description of activities: The Centre of Information Technologies of Education:

  • Initiates and coordinates the work of various national and private organizations in computerizing of educational and education administration agencies, development of application of ICT in the process of education.
  • Initiates and coordinates international ICT in education projects. Promotes international co-operation of educators and students on a web-based learning platform.
  • Develops, accumulates and disseminates digital learning resources.
  • Organizes and prosecutes scientific research on the practices of the modern ICT in education.
  • Administrates the information systems of education. Develops and supervises the computer networks in education. Accumulates the databases of educational statistics.

Information about the Lithuanian education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:


The Member for Luxembourg is the Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training (Minstère de l'Éducation nationale et de la Formation Professionnelle). The Ministry is in charge of all questions related to primary and secondary education.

Main educational portal:

Contact details: 29 rue Aldringen L-2926 Luxembourg Tel: +352 247 85154


Our member for Malta is the Department of Curriculum Management, Directorate for Quality and Standards in Education, Ministry for Education and Employment

Educational portals:

Contact details: Department of Curriculum Management, Ministry for Education & Employment, Great Siege Road, Floriana, MALTA


Description of activities: The Department of Curriculum Management within the Directorate for Quality and Standards in Education is a pivotal organization in the development and management of the teaching and learning experience of students. The Department of Curriculum Management strives to ensure that learners get their entitlement to Quality Education. Through its various sections, the Department of Curriculum Management sets standards, monitors and ensures quality education through the provision of a Learning Outcomes Framework which caters for all learners between 0 to 16 years. All its activities focus on the aims of the Framework for the Education Strategy for Malta 2014-2024.


Our member for Netherlands is the Kennisnet Foundation (Stichting Kennisnet).

Contact details: Kennisnet Foundation Postbox 778 2700 AT Zoetermeer The Netherlands Paletsingel 32 2718 NT Zoetermeer The Netherlands Tel:+ 31 79 329 65 48 Fax:+ 31 79 329 23 22

Description of activities: The main task of Kennisnet Foundation is to provide tailor-made ICT support within a broad spectrum of educational target groups in primary, secondary and adult education in the Netherlands. Kennisnet Foundation is a public, demand-driven organisation and continuously monitors specific needs in ICT and education. The mission statement of Kennisnet Foundation is ‘Learning to innovate with ICT and innovate learning with ICT'.


Our member for Norway is Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education, an agency under the Ministry of Education. Located in Tromsø and Oslo.

Contact details: Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education box 530, 9256 Tromsø.


Email: Tel: +47854 19 000

Visiting adress: Tromsø : Killengrensgate 6. Oslo: Fridtjof Nansens plass 7

Contact: Morten Søby

The purpose of the Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education is to contribute to the realization and the development of ICT policy. It shall further cooperate with relevant public and private institutions. The centre will also participate in international cooperation. Our main goals are to improve the quality of education and to improve learning outcomes and learning for children, pupils and students thourgh use of ICT in education.

Information about the Norwegian education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:


Our member for Poland is the Ministry of National Education (Ministerstwo Edukacji Narodowej) which co-ordinates and carries out the state education policy, supervises partially the work of education superintendents and co-operates with other organisational bodies and units in the field of education.

Main educational portal:

Contact details: al. J.Ch. Szucha 25 00-918 Warszawa Poland Tel: +48 22 34 74 100 Fax:+48 22 628 35 04 Email:

Description of activities: The Ministry determines the following groups of problems and tasks:

  • Outline timetables;
  • Core curricula for pre-primary education, for compulsory general subjects and general vocational education;
  • Conditions and procedures for the approval of curricula and textbooks for the school use;
  • Rules for assessing and promoting pupils and for conducting tests and examinations;
  • Requirement standards being the basis for test and examinations; Record keeping methods concerning the teaching process and educational activities, as well as types of these records;
  • Rules and conditions for implementing innovations and experiments by schools;
  • Organisation of the school year; Establishing rules for subject competitions and national competitions;
  • Rules and conditions for organising care for pupils with special educational needs;
  • Rules and conditions for organising psychological and pedagogical assistance for pupils;
  • Procedures for organising correctional gymnastics and optional physical education lessons;
  • Rules and conditions for organising tourism and sighseeing activities by schools.


Our member for Portugal is a department from the Ministry of Education and Science: DGE, Directorate-General for Education (Direcção Geral da Educação - DGE).

Educational portals:;

Contact details: Direcção Geral da Educação (DGE) Av. 24 de Julho, nº140, 1399-025 Lisboa Portugal Tel: +351 213 934 500 Fax:+351 213 934 696 Email:

Description of activities:

DGE is the Directorate-General for Education (Direção-Geral da Educação) of the Portuguese Ministry of Education and Science. DGE's specific remit is to make sure that national policies are implemented regarding the pedagogical and didactic components of pre-school, primary, lower and upper secondary education, as well as the provision of education for children not attending school. It gives technical support to their design and at the same time evaluates their implementation. It coordinates the exam planning activities. It also designs, organises and puts into practice prevention measures concerning risk, security and violence control in schools.

A specific team within DGE is in charge of designing, developing and evaluating initiatives and projects related to the use of digital tools and resources in education. It fosters the effective use of computers and the Internet by all educational agents (students and teachers alike) and is a partner in several EUN projects, namely eTwinning, InSafe, iTEC, inGenious, Living Schools Lab, Creative Classrooms Lab, among others.


Our member for Slovakia is the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic (Ministerstvo školstva, vedy, výskumu a športu Slovenskej republiky) which is the central body of the state administration of the Slovak Republic for preprimary, primary, secondary and higher education, language schools and art schools, educational facilities, lifelong learning, science and for the state's support for sports and youth.

Contact details: Stromova 1 813 30 Bratislava Slovak Republic Tel: +421259374405 Fax:+4212593744285 Email:

Description of activities: The Ministry manages schools and school facilities at the territory of the Slovak Republic and provides guidance to all founders, it administers the network of school and school facilities in the Slovak Republic.


Our member for Spain is the National Institute for Educational Technologies and Teacher Training - the unit of the Ministry of Education in charge of implementing and coordinating actions related to ICT in schools.

Ministry of Education:

ICT-Education portal:

Contact details: c/Torrelaguna, 58 Madrid 28027 Spain Tel: +34913778300 Fax:+34913680709 Email:

Description of activities: The Institute of Educational Technologies is an organization that belongs to the Spanish Ministry of Education. Its projects are carried out within the scope of education below the university level. Its main functions are:

  • The production and diffusion of learning materials on digital and audiovisual media from all areas of knowledge, with the aim of turning information and communication technologies into an ordinary working instrument in classrooms for teachers of different academic levels.
  • The hosting of specific training programmes, especially on-line, in collaboration with the autonomous communities, within the scope of application of information and communication technologies for the classrooms.
  • The hosting of a web portal with educational resources and the creation of social networks to promote the exchange of experiences and resources among teachers.

Information about the education system and ICT policies in Spain: Spanish national report (Insight Country Report).


Our member for Sweden is the Swedish National Agency for Education (Skolverket), it acts as the national authority for the public school system, the preschool system, for school age and for adult education.

Educational portal: ICT for schools.

Contact details: Swedish National Agency for Education Fleminggatan 14 SE-106 20 Stockholm Sweden Tel:+46 8 52733573 Fax: +46 8 244420

Description of activities: The Agency steers, supports, follows up and evaluates the work of municipalities and schools with the purpose of improving quality and the result of activities to ensure that all pupils have access to equal education.

In the decentralised Swedish school system the responsibility for ICT is shared. The role of the municipalities is to see to good accessibility to computers and the Internet in schools as well as that the educationalists are highly skilled in using ICT as a pedagogical tool. The role of the state is to promote the use of ICT in education, mainly by supporting the municipalities in their task.

The state authorities promote the use of ICT in education by developing user-friendly ICT tools for in-service competence development and school improvement as well as by stimulating the educationalists to increase their knowledge and competence. Furthermore the government will continue to work for good accessibility in all areas of education although mainly by supporting the municipalities in their task. An important task on a national level is to spread the use of ICT to all concerned groups in education and all over the country.

The Agency is responsible for promoting the use of ICT in schools. One of the main activities is to facilitate schools with access to digital learning resources both in terms of stimulating production by different actors (teachers, museums, publishers etc) and in terms of easy discovery and access to these resources. One of the results is the Spider, a federated search service that provides access to resources in a number of Swedish repositories.

The Agency has participated in a number of EU projects where Swedish resources are shared at European level and Sweden is contributing resources to the Learning Resource Exchange.

Information about the Swedish education system and ICT policies: Insight country report:


Our member for Switzerland is the Swiss Agency for ICT in Education (Centre suisse des technologies de l'information dans l'enseignement / Schweizerische Fachstelle für Informationstechnologien im Bildungswesen), which aims promote the integration of information and communication technologies ICT in the Swiss education system.

Main educational portal:

Contact details: Swiss Agency for ICT in education Erlachstrasse 21 Case postale 612 3000 Berne 9 Switzerland Tel: +41 (0)31 300 55 00 Fax:+41 (0)31 300 55 01 Email:

Description of activities: The Agency's task mainly consists of informing, documenting and advising the various decision makers in the education system on ICT and its purpose in education. The services of this Agency are directed to school authorities and teachers of preschool level, primary school level, lower secondary level, upper secondary lever (including vocational education) and special needs education.

The Swiss Agency for ICT in Education:

  • Informs and documents on ICT matters
  • Initiates, manages and coordinates pedagogical ICT projects on national and international levels
  • Manages and expands the Swiss Education Server and keeps it up to date as the national Internet platform Creates networks and runs them
  • Manages the secretariat of the Swiss ICT and Education Coordination Conference
  • Negotiates basic conditions on ICT products and services and offers these to schools
  • Organises conferences and events on ICT and education for education experts
  • Observes new developments in the field of ICT

Information about the Swiss education system and ICT policies: Insight country report


Our member for Turkey is the Ministry of National Education General Directorate of Innovation and Educational Technologies (Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı Yenilik ve Eğitim Teknolojileri Genel Müdürlüğü).

Main educational portal:

Contact details: Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı Yenilik ve Egitim Teknolojileri Genel Müdürlügü Mevlana cd. Bogaziçi sk No:21 Teknikokullar 06500 Yenimahalle Ankara Turkey Tel:+90 312 2969495 Fax:+90 312 2238736

Description of activities: The use of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) in education and training has been a priority in the Ministry over the last decade. Edu-Tech is authorized to do the followings with the article 8 of the law number 4359 on behalf of MOE: To submit and procure the services on arrangement, implementation, assessment and training manpower, needed for building up a new functional connection between open education and formal education and needed for raising the quality, diffusion and boosting of education and training with the technological improvements, To arrange, implement and assess tests on Private and Public enrollment and graduation which are organized by central authority. Carry out duties and services of Central and Provincial units of the ministry on data processing implementation. The main aim of the institution is to provide necessary IT infrastructure to all schools, get all the teachers to acquire ICT skills, adapt to new curriculum with its all aspects.

The Ministry of National Education has launched a number of projects to help especially students, parents and teachers, and then people who are related to education, to benefit from educational technologies. These projects have been carried out a range of activities from training teachers via distance education to preparing regulations which are related to information technologies.

The most important projects carried out all through the country can be described as: Educational and Informatics Network (EBA) which has been designed under the component of FATİH Project named as "Enabling and Management of the Educational e Content" within the scope of the FATİH Project is a portal which has been set with the aim of enabling the transformation of the society to information society, generalization of the information culture in education with a systematic policy and meeting the needs of information in education by blending the dynamics of the age such as search engine, social networking, and e-cyclopaedia and can carry the all educational informatics system by developing. When the Infrastructure of this Portal is designed, it should be taken into consideration that this portal will serve to 700.000 teachers, 17 million students and parents besides all adult students within the scope of the Life-Learning Program.

Inactive Members


Statut: membership under consideration

Our member for Iceland is the Office of Information and Service of the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture.

Contact details: Office of Information and Service Menntamálaráðuneyti / Ministry of Education, Science and Culture Sölvhólsgötu 4 IS-150 Reykjavík Iceland


Statut: membership under consideration

Pending Aplications


Bulgaria has the status of observer with European Schoolnet.


Membership process underway. More information about our member in Georgia to follow.


Membership process underway. More information about our member in Latvia to follow.


Membership process underway. More information about our member in Romania to follow.