The European Commission’s 'eTwinning' network, which has encouraged 100 000 schools in 33 European countries to talk to each other via the internet, will now be extended to schools in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
WWF’s Earth Hour is a unique annual phenomenon that focuses the world’s attention on our amazing planet, and how we need to protect it. At 8.30pm on 23 March hundreds of millions of people will turn off their lights for one hour, on the same night, all across the world in a huge, symbolic show of support.
In which European country is the total amount of annual taught time for the 2012-2013 school year highest? How many hours do students spend on specific subjects, such as mathematics or natural sciences?
The European Commission and UNESCO have called for joint action to reduce the number of young people and adults lacking basic reading and writing skills, both in Europe and world-wide, at a meeting in the European Parliament on 22 January.
The Learning Teacher Network welcomes you to the five day European training course "The Global Classroom – Educating for a more just and sustainable world", which will take place in Malta on 14-18 October 2013.
The European Year of Citizens 2013 is dedicated to the rights that come with EU citizenship. Over this year, the European Union will encourage dialogue between all levels of government, civil society and business at events and conferences around Europe to discuss those EU rights and build a vision of how the EU should be in 2020. The Year marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the European Union citizenship under the Maastricht Treaty.