Microsoft works in multi-stakeholder public/private partnerships to support the use of technology as an accelerator to help transform education.
Microsoft focuses on 6 priority agendas to help improve learning, inspire teachers, and prepare students for the competitive global workforce of the 21st century.
Education partnerships spanning the globe are one way that Microsoft is helping to transform education.
These programs help educators connect with each other, prepare students for tomorrow's careers, and increase access to technology and training for learners.
ACT21S is helping transform teaching, learning, and skills assessment so that students can succeed as citizens and workers in the 21st century.
The Clinton Global Initiative is developing a best-in-class model for deploying ICT in education.
Inspiring and preparing all students to learn and innovate can help countries and regions stay competitive in the global marketplace.
Microsoft believes that the development of educators to use and teach with technology is critical to create a sustainable advantage in the global economy.
Microsoft believes the need for a more digitally literate workforce places a greater emphasis on education and training strategies with a focus on employability.
Microsoft is working on a variety of projects with European Schoolnet (EUN) - a network of 31 ministries and departments of education in Europe and beyond.
Microsoft and the OECD are working together on a variety of projects including the Teaching and Learning Research project to transform teaching practices.
We are focused on improving the knowledge, decision-making skills, and actions related to the issues of a populated and resource-hungry global society.
Strategic planning and aligning policy stakeholders with a transformative vision of education can be key drivers of economic success.
Microsoft Partners in Learning and the British Council have formed a partnership to help transform education quality and access around the world.
Microsoft and the World Bank are working together to apply information and communications technology to support social and economic development in Africa.
UNESCO and Microsoft are working together to support the use of technology to transform education, reduce poverty and help address the digital divide.
Countries and regions must view the capacity of their citizens to use ICT as central to their economic policies.
The World Economic Forum is working to raise awareness and support to implement relevant, sustainable, and scalable national education plans on a global level
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Microsoft Partners in Learning is a global initiative that empowers governments, education leaders and educators to help improve teaching and learning practices around the globe. It has reached more than 190 million students in 114 countries.
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Our External Research group extends collaboration by building partnerships and empowering researchers and academics with technologies and services.
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Building a virtuous cycle of sustained social and economic development for under served communities.
An annual membership program for college and high school technical departments in the areas of computer science, engineering, and information systems.
Join a global community of educators to share knowledge and resources striving to improve student learning outcomes.
Learn more about this Public Private Partnership with UNESCO and World Economic Forum to improve education.
Deliver broad digital inclusion programs to citizens through unique programs that combine technology and services, citizenship, government, and education expertise with public-private partnership experience.