Google for Teachers

Google for Teachers

Author: Mike Sebolt

To help teachers discover all that Google has to offer in an educational setting.


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About Google in Education

At Google, we believe in the power of the web to help people discover, connect, and learn. Education lies at the very core of our company’s mission “to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful.”

Leading-edge technologies will play a vital role in helping equip future generations with the skills they need to thrive in the workforce of today and tomorrow. That is why we support collaborative learning in communities around the world, and why we invest heavily in education programs initiatives and partnerships through our products and tools.

Our education initiatives focus on three key areas:

  • Making learning magical
  • Empowering innovative communities
  • Building a foundation of technology and access

Last year, Google was instrumental in providing access, resources, financial assistance and innovative products to more than 15 million students and teachers in more than 140 communities worldwide.

We hope that through our continued efforts, we can help raise the level of excellence, awareness, and access in education for future generations of students, teachers and innovators.

What is Google Apps for Education?

From kindergarten to university, the first day at school to the last day at college, Google Apps for Education is there. Every step of the way.

Google for Teachers

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Google in Education

In 2004, in their first annual Founders’ Letter, Larry Page and Sergey Brin laid out our company’s commitment to making the world a better place. They explained that Google’s goal “is to develop services that significantly improve the lives of as many people as possible.” Eight years on, we are proud to say that education remains one of the core pillars of this commitment.

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