The Scottish Attainment Challenge Equity Audit provides a better understanding of the impact of COVID-19 and school closures on children and young people from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
The Raoul Wallenberg Academy offered its expertise by developing a digital kit for teachers.
The ‘Remote School’ programme was started to facilitate remote education in Poland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The SYPO Project helps educators to develop various personal and professional skills.
Czech Television created a series of live interactive school classes called TV Teacher [UčíTelka].
During the pandemic, the French government implemented policy measures to address the growing digital gap.
The Ankara Metropolitan Municipality (ABB) has launched a project called ‘Internet to Villages’, which aims to bring internet infrastructure to nearby villages.
The University of Porto provided a psychological support line during the pandemic to help ameliorate any new or increased mental health problems among its community.
Cáritas de Coimbra, a Portuguese charity, specifically supported Roma pupils and students during the pandemic.
The Latvian government implemented a three-pronged policy measure designed to provide relief to youth, parents, and teachers from the emotional and educational hardships caused by COVID-19. While one branch was focused on the well-being of teachers, the other two focused on youth.