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intel rgb 62In our increasingly global economy, Intel Corporation recognizes that curiosity, critical thinking and a strong foundation in math and science are necessary for tomorrow's workforce to compete for the high-tech jobs of the 21st century.

That is why Intel gets directly involved in education programs, political advocacy and technology access efforts that enable today's youth to develop skills they need to be the innovators of tomorrow. Intel believes that good teachers are imperative to developing the next generation of innovators. In fact, in 2010, in support of President Barack Obama's call to elevate math and science education as a national priority, Intel committed more than $200 million over the next 10 years to teacher training and reaching more youth through its science competitions.

The Intel Teach program, which has trained more than 10 million teachers in more than 70 countries, offers professional development for K-12 teachers of all subjects, helping them integrate technology into their lessons and promote students' problem-solving, critical thinking, and collaboration skills. Intel Teach is the largest and most successful program of its kind. According to Intel's estimates, more than 300 million students have been prepared to learn, lead and succeed by teachers trained in this program.

 


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Free shopping at online educational marketplace

image Intel Explore and Learn13 November 2013- Mobile Education partner, Intel South Africa has launched Intel Explore and Learn Marketplace, a new education solution that provides access to free and low-cost digital learning resources. The solution is designed for all learners and provides books, instruction videos and podcasts.

Girl Rising hits the big screen in SA

girl-rising-org-image-thumbnail30 October 2013 - Last September, Intel South Africa premiered Girl Rising, a full-length feature film that is the centerpiece of a global social action campaign. The film tells the extraordinary stories of 9 girls who are tackling the reality of socio-economic roadblocks and sometimes impossible odds on the road to education.