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Highlights

Thailand selects Office 365 for every student nationwide
May 20
Microsoft Thailand and Office of the Basic Education Commission sign five-year agreement to address nation’s top priority — creating a skilled workforce by improving education.
A new offer for teachers just in time for Teacher Appreciation Week!
May 8
Announcing Office Mix – a simple way for teachers to turn PowerPoint decks into interactive, online lessons.
Baltimore County Public Schools choose 150,000 Windows devices to transform teaching and learning
May 2
Margo Day discusses Baltimore County Public Schools’ deployment of 150,000 HP Elitebook 810 Revolve Windows 8.1 devices.
CDI College chooses Surface to enrich the educational experience
May 1
Administrators plan to provide all students at 26 campuses with Surface 2 tablets.
Microsoft and partners take next step to close the opportunity gap in U.S. Schools
April 28
Microsoft brings low-cost Windows-based devices, starting at under $300, to U.S. students.
Brown University offers Office 365 to students at no additional cost through Microsoft Student Advantage
April 22
Students can download full set of Office applications, providing them with skills needed after graduation.