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eTwinning: 'Virtual' European school partnerships come of age

The proportion of European schools participating in the European Commission's eTwinning programme more than doubled in 2006, from 4% to over 8%, after just two years of operation.

The eTwinning initiative promotes the creation of international 'virtual' school partnerships over the internet, and is available for free for schools across the continent. In recognition of these achievements, Jn Figel', the Commissioner for Education, Training, Culture, and Youth, will be awarding prizes to six shining examples of eTwinning school partnerships at a prize-giving ceremony on 23 February in Brussels.

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28/11/2009