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This report maps the digital engagement of children aged between 6 and 12 years and the perceptions and practices of their parents, related to emergency remote schooling during and after the spring 2020 lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic. It relies on the rich accounts of 105 children and their parents interviewed by researchers across ten countries between April and December 2020. The aim of this report is to: get a better understanding of remote schooling in European households during the COVID-19, so that policymakers and education stakeholders may be informed of the current trends and possible impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on schooling and future models of online/ blended learning/ hybrid education ; provide recommendations to ensure that future policy actions are aligned with the needs reported by European families, that future risks are mitigated and positive developments are further supported.