News

Innovative educators wanted for Microsoft!

By staff and wire services reports
April 17th, 2012

Microsoft’s global educator recognition program–Microsoft Partners in Learning 2012 US Forum– aims to seek out and showcase innovative K-12 U.S. educators who are positively impacting student learning with technology in the classroom. If you would like to collaborate with like-mind educators, share ideas and get inspired, apply to the 2012 US Forum. Deadline May 15, 2012. Learn more and apply at: www.microsoft.com/education/usforum

About the Author:

staff and wire services reports


5 Responses to “Innovative educators wanted for Microsoft!”

musa baba
April 20, 2012

Yes your ideas are our future, do you remember Africa in these projects.
We are interested in offering our school as centre for this project. We are located in
NIgeria capital of Abuja.
Thanks Musa bab

MsBell-MWUL
April 23, 2012

are non profits eligible? We work with schools and provide out of school time activities for inner city students, exposing them to technologies not traditionally made available to them.