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December 3, 2012
The 4Afrika Youth Device Program will provide high-quality and affordable devices, learning material and training to learning institutions.
Efforts focus on accelerating adoption of smart devices, empowering small and medium-sized businesses, and raising skills development to ignite African innovation for the continent and for the world.
Q&A: L. Michael Golden, corporate vice president of the Microsoft Education Products Group, describes Microsoft’s vision for education and how technology can help create universal access to high-quality schooling.
Alliance Forms Foundation for Cooperative Research Efforts in Technology-Enhanced Education
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