Microsoft engaging with schools to support digital transformation

Schools are the custodians of tomorrow’s economic innovators, but are we preparing children well for a digital future?

21st August, 2016
Jennifer Estevez, teacher at Mount Anville Secondary School, with sixth year student Alexandra Assaf and Dr Kevin Marshall, head of education, Microsoft Ireland

‘As every aspect of society undergoes digital transformation, providing our children with an understanding of what the digital world is all about becomes increasingly important – and I believe, should be a core objective of our education system.

“It’s not always plain sailing, though, and schools beginning to roll out technology into the classroom need to have a clear idea of what they are doing, why they are doing it and how they’re going...

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