The Hong Kong government completed a three-year pilot scheme on e-Learning in the school education sector in August 2014. An in-depth case study of 11 selected pilot projects was conducted for scheme evaluation. This talk discusses the results and implications of the in-depth case study. A four-level research framework was developed for examining the e-Learning benefits achieved and lessons learned at both school and system levels in the 11 project cases. The in-depth case study collected both quantitative and qualitative data from focus group interviews and questionnaire surveys with various stakeholder groups, as well as pre-and-post-tests and class observation with task-time analysis of selected teaching units. The study identified various patterns of e-Learning for technological integration aligned with pedagogical beliefs and practices; five models of teacher development for scaling up e-Learning practices in school education; and five structures of partnership between schools and related stakeholders for promoting e-Learning development.