Eighteen non-governmental organisations–from kindergartens to Third Age Universities–have already joined the Network. They all:
- Enrich the entire Lithuanian education system by employing innovative methods and tools.
- Respond quickly to changing environments, offer new content for education and learning.
- Focus on the individual development and progress of the learner, creating a motivating environment.
A centre for analysing public policy, disseminating public information and implementing educational projects.
It is involved in non-formal youth and adult education, seeks to strengthen global civic awareness, mobilises education organisations, implements research and provides recommendations and is an active participant in formulating and implementing Lithuania’s education policy.
A voluntary organisation, the only one in Lithuania representing school students’ interests and uniting their self-governments, with branches in 36 municipalities.
Civic Initiative Centre
It operates in human rights, education system strengthening and development of democratic processes, and implements public education programs in human rights, citizenship, the democratisation of organisations and civil society development.
It seeks to change civil society by strengthening citizen participation, especially young people, in solving local and global problems and contributing to disseminating global citizenship and sustainable development ideas in society.
It unites kindergartens, where children under the age of 7 spend most of their time in the fresh air, surrounded by nature.
A digital skills and programming school for students in grades 1-12, operating in Lithuania since 2016.
The Vilnius-based school, which provides pre-school, primary and basic education services, seeks to educate an authentic person who loves himself, others and the world around him and strives for continuous improvement.
A creative technologies’ academy that aims to turn children’s technological curiosity into a tool for lifelong learning and creativity.
It brings together individuals and members of various organisations to foster lifelong learning in society and develop lifelong learning opportunities.
It provides multifaceted educational and social integration services to families living in Vilnius, with a particular focus on mothers/fathers raising children alone.
It takes care of older people’s non-formal education and their social integration into society by advancing their knowledge, competencies, and cultural needs.
An open, community-operated space in Vilnius, where people with technology-related interests can collaborate, work, share their knowledge and skills.
It has been providing a North American artes liberales education since 1991 and educates its international academic community to become servant leaders.
A non-formal education school of sciences in Kaunas, which aims to provide its students with high-quality education relevant to modern science and an opportunity to be happy in learning.
Today, the Academy is raising programmers who will be nurturing Lithuania tomorrow. Activities are aimed at students aged 5-18 throughout Lithuania, and the main goal is to make the time 21st-century students spend by a computer efficient, sustainable and useful. In developing their programs for clubs and camps, they pay special attention not only to technological innovations but also to the comprehensive development of a creative personality.
Established in 2017, Sourcery Academy for Kids seeks to implement changes in the Lithuanian education system by including programming lessons in formal education and ensuring their accessibility to all children from an early age. It is a private initiative by Devbridge to reduce the technological divide in Lithuania’s regions and, in the long run, address the shortage of IT professionals. Today, 516 children aged 7-12 from various cities are studying at the Academy.
The nonprofit organisation provides solutions, tips, and tools to address the challenges of using the internet and utilising smart devices in schools and at home. By sharing science-based information on when and how the use of technology is beneficial and when it may pose a threat to safety, reputation or health, the centre aims to enable every internet user to take care of their own, children’s and young people’s well-being in the digital world.