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Taking Action: State of the Union
By 2035, today’s preschoolers and kindergarteners will be entering the workforce. The students of today are laying the core building blocks for the workforce of 2035. That is why I applaud the focus from President Obama’s State of the Union address last week focused on innovation, education...
3 Feb 2011
New opportunities for students to participate in this year’s Imagine Cup competition
I wanted to share my blog post from earlier today over on the Microsoft Blog . As I’ve written before , I am a big fan of the Imagine Cup . It is a unique opportunity for students to showcase their creativity while getting real world experience in the tech industry and an incredible resource for educators...
25 Mar 2010
Students take a new role in the teaching and learning process
I wanted to share my blog post appearing on the “Microsoft On The Issues” blog…it’s about infusing service-learning and technology in the classroom and a new initiative we launched called the Service & Technology Academic Resource Team (START). I am very excited about this milestone as a result...
26 Jan 2010
Students rise to the challenge at the Imagine Cup
If you haven’t heard of the Imagine Cup…or read my previous blogs about it…I really would like to share it with you. It’s one of the things I’m most proud to be involved with and one of the most exciting events around that helps to empower students to use their creativity to change the world. The...
4 Jan 2010
The need to prioritize rural education
I attended the National Community Education Association’s ( NCEA ) annual conference last weekend in Phoenix, Arizona where they held the first national forum on “Revitalizing America’s Rural Communities.” Every child has the right to a quality education…and improving access and opening up opportunities...
25 Nov 2009
Illinois Software Donation Helps Students Gain Career Skills
Some level of technology skills is required in almost every profession and job these days. A recent IDC report commissioned by Microsoft showed that global spending on IT will create 5.8 million new jobs by 2013…so what are we doing to make sure our students are prepared? Today, we announced the donation...
20 Oct 2009
Improving teaching & learning in Kenya with 1:1 computing
Access to education is certainly one of the world’s most pressing problems. This week at the annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York City, we are making a number of commitments to partner with industry leaders and governments to provide access to technology to drive change in local communities...
25 Sep 2009
The need for students to find their personal brand
I’ve always relished the opportunity to talk to students to get perspective on their needs of technology and the way in which they respond in classroom environments. Tuesday, I had the chance to meet with dozens of high school students at the Summer Search Career Discovery Days in New York . This was...
20 Aug 2009
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