Yes, it is true. Microsoft is providing millions of college and high school students around the world with access to the latest Microsoft developer and designer tools at no charge to unlock their creative potential and set them on the path to academic and career success. This is being done through Microsoft DreamSpark.
You may have already heard about Microsoft DreamSpark; however, I have been seeing and getting more questions about it lately, so I wanted to make sure that you knew where to find more about this program and that you are able to share this information with high schools and universities you know and are familiar with in order to help their students gain access to this fantastic resource for them. Here are some resources to help you learn more about how Microsoft DreamSpark can benefit high school and University students around the world:
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
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