Learn about the new Windows 11 SE devices collection from Microsoft Education. Explore the latest on devices for education for students in any learning environment.
School districts everywhere have found creative ways to support students, teachers, and IT professionals during recent challenging times—and St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) is one of them.
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.
According to UNESCO, more than 1.6 billion children worldwide lost learning opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Where learning takes place has changed. Educators and students now convene in person, remotely, and in blended environments. This means classroom device management must evolve as well.
Today, we're announcing a simple and affordable licensing option for our education customers, Microsoft 365 A1 for devices, and a new way to engage your students with Microsoft Teams Content from camera.
There is no doubt that the economic and workforce transformation happening today will have long-term impact on the types of professions and careers that will grow in demand in the future. We’ve entered a stage where digital literacy is a global phenomenon, as Microsoft President Brad Smith, shared recently in the next stage of our global skills initiative.
The pandemic has forever changed the ways technology is used for learning and education. As some educators, IT professionals, and school leaders prepare to return to in-person learning, they will increasingly consider how to incorporate the technology-enhanced learning innovations students have grown accustomed to during remote and hybrid learning.