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Microsoft's Partners in Learning celebrates 10th anniversary

The success is due to the teachers and school leaders who have played key roles in PiL’s success, offering their best practices, mentoring, and collaboration.
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Microsoft is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Partners in Learning. Over the past 10 years, with the help of 12 million educators across the globe, Partners in Learning (PiL) has been committed to accelerating the progress of education. The success is due to the teachers and school leaders who have played key roles in PiL’s success, offering their best practices, mentoring, and collaboration.

To learn more, check out 10 fun facts about Partners in Learning and a blog from James Bernard, worldwide director, Microsoft Partners in Learning. 

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