Leveraging the Education Potential of Technology

Leveraging the Education Potential of Technology

Over the next three years, Verizon will invest up to $100 million in our education work to ensure that more students – particularly those in underserved communities – benefit from technology enabled education and digital learning.

We've seen how ongoing teacher training and technology in the classroom can affect a teacher's ability to teach and a student's passion for learning. Find out more about our exciting expansion and explore these success stories.

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South River High School: Bringing Girl Power to the STEM Field
Jasmine Hall , Maryam Ermin-Sinanovic, Megan Prass, Gelsey Jian and Heritage Weems are 11th grade students from South River High School in Edgewater, MD, who share a drive and passion for technology. When their course loads allow, they join competitions, whether it is building a robot or entering a project in the science fair. While this might not seem “typical” for girls in high school, they...
Feb 10, 2014 12:20 PM ET
Verizon Foundation Expands Investment in Education to Spur Greater Use of Technology in Improving Students’ STEM Achievement
  WASHINGTON, February 4, 2014 /3BL Media/ - The Verizon Foundation today announced an ambitious, multiyear program to drive student achievement in STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and math – by helping to change the way teachers teach and students learn. The announcement came at a White House-sponsored event with President Barack Obama and students and teachers at...
Feb 4, 2014 11:50 AM ET

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