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January 18, 2022

Introducing Our New Windows 11 Device Portfolio for Education

As we enter the third year of the pandemic, we continue to see many bright spots of innovation and perseverance in today’s education landscape.

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January 25, 2022

World Read Aloud Day: 4 tips to promote fluency, connection, and joy

On February 2, 2022, LitWorld and Microsoft invite you to come together for this year’s WRAD. Join us as we honor the joy and power of reading and sharing stories. From hosting intimate classroom gatherings and organizing community wide parades, to broadcasting radio programs across countries and trying a new technology to celebrate WRAD, everyone can participate.

January 19, 2022

Join Microsoft Education at FETC and TCEA 2022

Technology plays a fundamental role in almost every area of our lives—including the ways we teach and learn. As educators and school leaders continue balancing hybrid and remote environments, Microsoft is here to support you with training and resources.

January 13, 2022

Foster more equitable education with Microsoft Partners

As we continue to reimagine education to meet unprecedented challenges, the new year brings new opportunities to empower every learner on the planet. We’ve heard repeatedly from teachers and leaders that they’re working hard to provide access to equitable education to all learners they serve.

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January 06, 2022

Explore online Office Hours sessions hosted by MIE experts

Drop by online Office Hours for educators to hear MIE Experts’ tips for virtual classroom success and discover new tools for your virtual classroom in minutes.

January 04, 2022

One district’s approach to successful, secure remote learning

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.

December 16, 2021

Microsoft Education tools that supported learning in 2021

Perhaps unlike ever before, learning in 2021 occurred in a wide variety of classroom settings. But no matter where it took place—remotely, in person, or in hybrid environments—schools and educators showed great flexibility as they worked to meet students’ academic and social-emotional needs.

December 09, 2021

How OUSD powered equitable learning with tools from Windows

As the typical classroom setting has evolved, technology has become not just a supplement to learning but primary to it and embracing tech as the new paper and pencil is integral to the success of students and educators.

December 07, 2021

Introducing the brand new Microsoft Learn Educator Center

Over the past two years, we’ve all seen the education industry deliver hybrid, remote, and blended learning, heighten its focus on student-centric outcomes, and rely on educators to purposefully integrate technology in their teaching and learning practices. COVID-19 has created a greater demand for educators to prioritize their own training and skilling readiness to effectively use and apply technology in impactful ways that improve student learning and engagement.

December 02, 2021

Revisit Reimagine – event recordings available on demand

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.

Other Microsoft Education News

Announcing the re-launch of TweetMeets on January 18 at #TeamsEduChat!

Happy new year! We are excited to share that TweetMeets – Twitter chats for educators – are back, starting this Tuesday, January 18 at 7am PST / 10am EST / 3pm...


New updates for the Azure Immersive Reader SDK to allow partners more flexibility

Today, we’re thrilled to release version 1.2 of the Immersive Reader SDK for Azure Applied AI. The Immersive Reader SDK allows third party apps and partners to add Immersive...


Microsoft OneDrive LTI for Canvas is now generally available

Microsoft OneDrive LTI is now generally available for all Canvas customers. As of today, the new and improved Microsoft OneDrive LTI has rolled out to all customers and is no...


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