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Eight U.S. schools are among 99 worldwide selected for the Microsoft Innovative Schools program.
New survey among college students and parents of K–12 students provides implications for nurturing interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers.
One hundred of the nation’s top educators will compete to represent the U.S. at the Microsoft Partners in Learning Global Forum in November.
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Bill Gates Speaks on “How the Personal Computer Empowers All of Us”