We recently hosted Microsoft Reimagine, a virtual event where inspiring changemakers, educators, product experts, and industry leaders explored innovative ways to support inclusive learning for K-12 students.
Inclusive classrooms give every student the opportunity to grow and succeed, and during the event we heard about the exciting ways schools are supporting their students across in-person, virtual, and hybrid classrooms. We also shared some new and existing resources that help make learning more inclusive and accessible, because we know that when we design for inclusion, everyone benefits.
During the Reimagine event, we made some big announcements about the latest Microsoft Education solutions, such as a new edition of Windows 11, which is purpose-built to support the K-8 classroom. Windows 11 SE was designed and built during the pandemic to address the most fundamental challenges that schools face in blended learning environments.
We also announced an ecosystem of Windows 11 SE devices, including the new Surface Laptop SE, which is custom-built for students and starting at $249, as well as devices coming from Acer, ASUS, Dell, Dynabook, Fujitsu, HP, JP-IK, Lenovo, and Positivo—powered by Intel and AMD.
Every student deserves the right device for their learning needs and these new products were shaped by a commitment to inclusivity in education. Read about the announcements or explore ways to bring these solutions into your school.