The Global Junior Challenge is an international competition that rewards the use of new technology for 21st century education. Promoted by the City of Rome, the GJC is organized every two years by the Fondazione Mondo Digitale.

One of the novelties of the 8th edition of the Global Junior Challenge is a special award dedicated to Tullio De Mauro. Here’s how to participate:

An international competition that promotes and shares the best educational solutions from around the world against educational poverty. Introducing the special Tullio De Mauro Award. Registration deadline: July 31, 2017.

Against educational poverty: a campaign to provide the best educational solutions on-line.

The results of the School Innovation 2016 call promoted by the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmia di Padova e Rovigo have been published. The selection phase ended with 25 schools funded in the Provinces of Padua and Rovigo.

Registration is now underway for the Global Junior Challenge, the international competition that rewards the innovative use of technology for education and social inclusion. The final event will be held in Rome on October 25-27, 2017.

The winner of the “Best Innovating Teacher” at the seventh edition of the Global Junior Challenge is also at Flip-Me, the "first meeting of didactic practices that work in the classroom.”

Students from the Rieti IIS Celestino Rosatelli School, one of the most active participants (they also participated in the hackathon), have already uploaded their report on YouTube

The Winning Projects  

Rome hosts the International Hackathon for Civic and Social Innovation.