Set your students up for success this year by learning about some of the built-in tools and technology from Microsoft Education. Designed with you and your students in mind, these tools can help empower a better experience that enables student success and keeps your classrooms connected—no matter the learning environment.
Whether online or in person, building relationships is an essential part of any student's learning experience. Just ask Mya Ferguson, an educator at Columbia Heights Educational Campus in Washington D.C.
Summer break may be in full swing, but that doesn’t mean we are taking a break from bringing you new ways to create successful learning environments! In fact, we are so excited about the latest batch of Microsoft Teams updates, we couldn’t wait for fall to share them with you.
With summer around the corner, there are plenty of exciting things to look forward to in the months ahead. In fact, now through August, we are rolling out dozens of new Microsoft Teams updates and features that will give you more tools to engage your classrooms, connect with students, and inspire their success in any learning environment.
Today on Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), we shine the spotlight on The Loom School in Decatur, Georgia, and their story of empowering all students to find success. Loom’s journey represents just some of the ways that Microsoft tools and resources can support accessibility in any classroom, while ensuring a diverse set of students can engage with learning materials.
Today is National Teacher Appreciation Day, and I’d like to start by expressing my personal thanks and gratitude for everything teachers do.
The spring season has sprung in many places around the world, reminding us that learning never stops changing. Neither does our focus on providing you with new resources that equip you and your students for success in any learning environment.
Around the world, schools that successfully shifted to remote and hybrid learning have many things in common, including, resilient educators, nimble school leaders, and hard-working students.
The events of the past year have had an immense and likely long-lasting impact on the global economy, the job market, and education systems. Last year...
Just over a year ago, COVID-19 disrupted the educational journeys of 1.6 billion students around the globe and changed how we live, work, socialize, and learn. Today the world continues to navigate the economic, public health, and humanitarian challenges the pandemic caused.