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Grow With Google training now free for 500 workers at every U.S. business

by Emily Bamforth • 3 weeks ago

Grow With Google is now offering every business in the United States 500 free scholarships to its certificate program.

Google announces $100 million fund for students earning online career certificates

by Emily Bamforth • 3 months ago

The Google Career Certificates Fund covers program entry fees and can provide support for other costs, like childcare and transportation.

Fonts matter, claims new educational consortium at U. Central Florida

by Emily Bamforth • 3 months ago

A higher ed consortium including Google and Adobe wants to make it easier for users to optimize font and spacing online and to apply those preferences.

Google offers free IT certificates to community colleges, technical high schools

by Emily Bamforth • 7 months ago

Schools in Connecticut have already begun putting the certificates in their programs.

New Google program offers digital skills to formerly incarcerated adults

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

The search giant developed a bank of online resources for nonprofits working with people recently released from prison.

Google upgrades education suite, unveils 40 new Chromebook varieties

by Ryan Johnston • 1 year ago

Google will offer more than 40 new types of Chromebooks for schools this year, alongside new features to its cloud-based learning platforms.

Google invests $1M in digital-skills training at Black universities

by Colin Wood • 2 years ago

A $1 million program co-led by the Thurgood Marshall College Fund is designed to reach 20,000 students attending historically Black colleges and universities.

Google announces certificates, scholarships to support workforce

by Jake Williams • 2 years ago

Google says it will consider completion of the Coursera-based programs, which begin this fall, the equivalent of a four-year college degree.

Google Earth's creation tools help students tell stories with maps

by Betsy Foresman • 2 years ago

The new creation tools allow students to build visual narratives and engage with learning on a deeper level, one teacher told EdScoop.

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