Microsoft announces Microsoft 365 Education (opens in new tab), a unified technology solution built for education that brings together Office 365, Windows 10, Intune for Education, Minecraft: Education Edition and Enterprise Mobility + Security.
“While Windows 10, Office 365 for Education, and OneNote can certainly stand on their own, they really shine when you allow them to work as a solution," said Andrew Cox, Director of Technology at Aiken County Public School District in South Carolina, a current Microsoft customer. "Students can use their touchscreens to write equations, their keyboards to type essays, Windows Ink to highlight and annotate web sources, and OneNote to create digital notebooks containing all of their notes, research, and projects. Our teachers estimate they spend about 25 percent less time managing student work in this environment than they did with traditional printed materials."
To learn more, visit Microsoft.com/education (opens in new tab)