CTI – The Computer Technology Institute and Press “Diophantus”
Address:Mitropoleos 26-28, 105 63 Athens
Telephone: + 210 33 50 600
The Computer Technology Institute and Press “Diophantus” is a research and technology organization focusing on research and development in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
Particular emphasis is placed on education, by developing and deploying conventional and digital media in education and lifelong learning, publishing printed and electronic educational materials, administrating and managing the Greek School Network, and supporting the organization and operation of the electronic infrastructure of the Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs and all educational units.
What is the Action Plan for Digital Education?
The Digital Education Action Plan (2021-2027) is a renewed European Union (EU) policy initiative to support the sustainable and effective adaptation of EU Member States’
Environmental subjects in Pre-university Education in Romania
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Approved the National Strategy on Education for the Environment and Climate Change 2023 – 2030 in Romania
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The contribution of digital technologies in reducing energy-related costs and emisions
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Latvian teachers acquiring skills to train youth for a greener future
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Good DEEDs presented at a national VET conference in Latvia
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