India's SUN Mobility is "charging" a new path forward for electric vehicles.

Discover how swappable batteries are revolutionizing the sector and urban life:

We’re proud to support these Special Olympics global youth leaders who are channeling their own experiences into projects that help other athletes with intellectual disabilities connect and thrive.

Learn more about their projects at…/inclusion/special-olympics-you…/.

Proudly, we amplify the voices of those whose experiences motivated their present actions to build a better future for generations to come. We do this – not just because this is Black History Month but because change is happening, and Black History is now.

Learn more about innovators at Microsoft who are driving change and shaping history today:

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2020 put us all to the test.

Check out these highlights from Microsoft Education, and the technology that helped us get through the year together:

Jasmine Crowe, CEO of GoodrCo., is on a mission to reduce food waste and feed millions. Find out how she’s changing the way to approach hunger—through smart technology and community engagement.

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“The global Showcase Schools community comes together as a group to tackle challenges, celebrate successes, share learnings and try new solutions in a vibrant online community through Microsoft Teams," says Anthony Salcito, Vice-President of Education at Microsoft.

Check out how schools in the UK are making the most of technology:…/uk-leads-the-way-on-using-te…/…

“It’s not just good for us. It’s good for our members and for people who are blind or vision impaired who are looking for work, because we are living proof that it’s doable. I think it has a huge impact more broadly beyond us.”

Discover how Blind Citizens Australia's CEO, Emma Bennison, championed accessible technology to help the organization live its values:

Navigating the new world of educating is no small feat. That's why we’re continuing to improve the Microsoft Teams for Education experience to make it even better for teachers.

Check out how:

Did you know that 70% of Africans rely solely on agricultural income?

Discover how technology startups are helping equip the next generation of farmers to keep up with demand:

From cloud computing to artificial intelligence and data science, we're teaming up with UK universities to provide students with the skills they need to thrive in future technology careers.

Learn more:

With school back in session, teachers around the world are adapting to new ways of instructing and engaging with students during the pandemic. 🍎

Learn how they're innovating with Microsoft technology:

Roughly 7,200 tons of e-waste lands in India’s capital city from across the country and abroad every day.

Learn how grassroots startup Karo Sambhav is taking on the challenge of responsible recycling:

Want to introduce your students to the "FUNdamentals" of computer science and coding?

Look no further:

Today we celebrate #WorldBrailleDay – Braille is key for achieving equality and social inclusion for millions of people who are blind or have low vision.

‘Braille World Day’ in Braille.
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"Honestly, this has been the best program I have ever taught - the kids were screaming with excitement and their knowledge and research into Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing was incredible."

Check out the results of Australia’s first NAIDOC Minecraft Education Challenge:

Looking for a holiday adventure like Rufus’s? You can now select and fly Rufus and Sam's planes in Flight Simulator!

We’ve also decked out 12 iconic landmarks around the world with festive holiday lights, ready for you to discover:

Photo of a prop plane in Microsoft Flight Simulator flying over the Seattle Space Needle.

Remote and hybrid learning brings on a new set of challenges for students, but technology can help them stay productive.

Check out how these students are getting creative:

The last thing teachers need is more complexity.

Check out how Microsoft 365 can make information tracking more simple: