A centralized gateway for learning and teaching

Launched on 1. June 2022, in partnership with the European EdTech Alliance e.V. and the Learning Together Project, the New Ukrainian School Hub acts as a free, hub of information, resources, and knowledge for Ukrainian refugees no matter where they are. The hub provides access to supplemental edtech solutions and to Ukrainiann online learning platforms. Additionally, the hub provices direct access to relevant country specific or local education access information.

The goal for the hub is to ensure that learners, families, educators, and local supporters have the ability to quickly find tools that work for them regardless of where their journey over the coming weeks and months takes them. Importantly, this also supports the integration of Ukrainian resources and Ukrainian learners and teachers within local or regional ecosystems.

Edtech is a key driver in our education ecosystem and plays a vital role in supporting flexible learning situations for displaced people. With multiple platforms providing important information to refugees regarding their learning and teaching, it is essential to make this information and these resources easily accessible so that the millions of displaced Ukrainian learners and educators can connect into local education opportunities or continue their studies without disruption as they continue to move within EU member states.

The Website was developed in partnership with the experts of the Reform Support Team at the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine within the framework of the Ukraine Reforms Architecture programme (URA).

About the project partners

Learning Together project:

Finland’s Support to the Ukrainian School Reform (Learning Together) project has a budget totalling EUR 8 million funded by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland (MFA) (EUR 6 million) and the European Commission (EUR 2 million). MFA has a contract with FCG Finnish Consulting Group Ltd as the main implementing agency in cooperation with the Faculty of Educational Sciences of the University of Helsinki, and the University of Helsinki Centre for Continuing Education HY+. The Project cooperates with the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine (MDT) and UNICEF on the matters of the digitalization of education.

The European Edtech Alliance:

The European Edtech Alliance e.V. (EEA) is a non-for-profit consortium of national trade associations and clusters working with 2460 founders and providers of education technology (Edtech), to support the domestic and international growth of Edtech and Innovation in education. The Alliance has two main areas of focus: policy work and support for Edtech start-ups and scales-ups. Through these two channels, the EEA develops important insights, resources, and tools, which can be used to support sustainable development within the education ecosystem. Since February 2022, the EEA has gathered hundreds of resources and developed a thorough meta-tagging system for supplemental and curricula-based materials supporting Ukrainian learners, teachers and their families.  

Ukraine Reforms Architecture programme (URA)

URA is deployed by the EBRD, in partnership with the European Union. It is financed from the Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account managed by the EBRD. Contributors to the MDA are Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union, the largest donor.

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