Learn more about Microsoft's new Surface Laptop SE, a laptop designed specifically for education. With Microsoft's integration of operating system and hardware, the Surface Laptop SE provides security, compatibility and affordability for future-ready classrooms.<br/>
Learn more about Microsoft's new Surface SE laptop, a laptop designed specifically for education. With Microsoft's integration of operating system and hardware, the Surface SE laptop provides security, compatibility and affordability to future-ready classrooms.
Education News From Microsoft
In this Q&A, Geri Gillespy, senior program manager for Global Education Engagement at Microsoft, discusses strategies for enhancing learning and maximizing the value of take-home device programs.Learn More
In this eBook, we share six easy and practical tools, enabled by Microsoft Surface, Microsoft 365, and Windows, that any educator can use to build inclusion and lift engagement.Read More
Discover newly expanded reading tools from Microsoft Education. Learn how updates to solutions like Microsoft Reading Coach can help your students succeed.Read More
For the last eight years, Microsoft E2 | Education Exchange has brought education changemakers together from around the globe. They collaborate on teaching and learning strategies, share solutions that impact student outcomes, and network with other educators and school leaders.Read More
From choosing devices to planning, implementing and managing, our helpful guide has tips, checklists, and evidence on what works and what doesn’t.Read More
When the pandemic caused most U.S. schools to stop offering in-person classes in the spring of 2020, more than 1.2 billion K-12 students across the globe shifted to solely virtual learning. Learn how to enable student success in our fast-changing world.Read More
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Artificial Intelligence in Education
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Resources for Administrators and Educators
SponsoredGeri Gillespy, senior program manager for Global Education Engagement at Microsoft, discusses strategies for enhancing learning and maximizing the value of take-home device programs.
SponsoredIn this Q&A, Dina Ghobashy, senior global strategy lead for education leadership at Microsoft, provides best practices for ensuring device programs make a meaningful difference in improving student outcomes.
SponsoredKecia Ray, a senior fellow with the Center for Digital Education, has spent her career thinking about how technology can enhance learning. In this Q&A, she discusses best practices for ensuring technology serves its intended purpose.
SponsoredIn this Q&A, Brian Cohen, vice president of the Center for Digital Education, shares firsthand experience gleaned from his more than 20 years as vice chancellor and CIO for the City University of New York.
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Video Resources for Administrators and Educators
Dina Ghobashy, senior global strategy lead for education leadership at Microsoft, provides best practices for ensuring device programs make a meaningful difference in improving student outcomes.
Federal Education Funding Across the United States
In 2020 and 2021, the federal government provided three rounds of funding totaling over $275 billion for K-12 and higher education. Use the map below to explore CARES Act, CRRSA Act, and ARP Act funding from the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER), the Governor's Emergency Education Relief Fund (GEER), the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEER), and the Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF).
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