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March 7, 2011
New survey among college students and parents of K–12 students provides implications for nurturing interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers.
U.S. Partners in Learning grants will help expand four groundbreaking organizations offering educational opportunities outside the classroom.
Microsoft today announced grants that will increase technology access for 11 colleges and universities serving Hispanic and African-American students.
The Community Affairs Group at Microsoft is pleased to announce the following grants distributed to these six educational organizations…
Providing access to technology to benefit nonprofit organizations and empower individuals is an underlying theme for the Community Affairs group at Microsoft.
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