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Vice-president of the European Commission visits Elementary school Izidor Kršnjavi

13. February 2018.
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During his official visit to Croatia, the Vice-president of the European Commission, Andrus Ansip, accompanied by the president of the Republic of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović and the head of CARNET, Goran Kezunović, visited the Elementary school Izidor Kršnjavi from Zagreb which is one of 151 schools included in the implementation of the pilot project „e-Schools: Establishment of a Development system for digitally mature Schools”

Ansip and Kitarović visited two classrooms equpped as part of the project and participated in a math class conducted in a modern technologically assisted way. The distinguished guests expressed their appreciation of what they had seen.

The pilot project „e-Schools: Establishment of a Development system for digitally mature Schools” is the most important project in the field of education in the Republic of Croatia recognized by the European Union which co-finances 85 % of the project worth 307 million HRK through its funds. The pilot project e-Schools is part of a wider programme „e-Schools“carried out through multiple projects of computerization of the school system in the period from 2015 to 2022. The implementation of the pilot project started in 2015 and ends this year to be followed by the second phase planned in the period from 2019 to 2022. CARNET, as the developer, expects that the second phase of the project will extend to 60 % minimum of all primary and secondary schools in the Republic of Croatia.

Projekt je sufinancirala Europska unija iz europskih strukturnih i investicijskih fondova.