Learning Next

Crucial Moments for K-12 Education in the US - Preparing for what’s next in K-12 Education is more than buying a laptop and adopting a curriculum. It must involve careful consideration of the right device, the right tools, and the right outcomes to help all learners - whether students, educators, or administrators. The K-12 Blueprint team has created a collection of kits that explore the most common features of Microsoft and Google education offerings to evaluate which works best for educators and students. Each kit includes a white paper, abstract, infographic, and demo to provide multiple ways to understand this topic.

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Accelerating Learning with Workplace Math Skills

Math Assistant in Microsoft OneNote empowers students to access and engage with mathematical content and concepts in more personalized ways. With built-in process explanations and Immersive Reader, students can access the instruction that they need when they need it and in their preferred format and language. Math Assistant offers a more comprehensive and accessible solution that helps students become expert learners. 

Accelerating Learning for Students with Limited Internet Access

As educators continue to depend upon digital learning resources to meet their students’ learning needs, close attention must be given to the 12 million U.S. student with limited or no home internet access—disproportionally students of color, those living in poverty, and rural communities—has on learners. When comparing both offline file access to learning content, accessibility, on-device storage, and offline creation and editing, Windows 11 devices provide a superior experience for learners than the equivalent experiences on Google Chrome OS.