How World Possible is using technology to inclusively bridge the digital divide to help teachers and students
In appreciation of educators everywhere, we want to shine a light on how World Possible's RACHEL device is used to build teacher capacity.
picoCTF: How gamified cybersecurity piques curiosity in STEM
Created by Carnegie Mellon University’s Cylab, picoCTF encourages interest in cybersecurity with a capture the flag game.
How Cisco data scientists helped CommonLit innovate teacher feedback for better learning
Cisco data scientists volunteering with AI for Good collaborated with nonprofit CommonLit to improve a feedback tool.
How CareerVillage is democratizing access to career information for underrepresented youth
CareerVillage is on a mission to democratize access to career information. Over 6 million people have used the platform so far.
New Teacher Center: A more authentic approach to teacher appreciation
New Teacher Center's Interim Co-CEO & Chief Operating Officer, Arthur Mills IV, shares how education helps create an inclusive future.
onebillion: Using technology to ensure all children reach their full potential in reading and math
onebillion is a Cisco nonprofit grantee that is using technology to ensure marginalized children have access to reading and math resources.
How access to technology in the classroom changed my life
Kyle Thornton, manager of the education investment portfolio for Cisco and the Cisco Foundation, shares how access to technology changed his life and how it continues to influence the work he does today, helping to create an inclusive future for all.
How CommonLit’s Free & Effective Literacy Program powers remote learning throughout America
With over 70 million students in the U.S., from kindergarten to grad school, transitioning to remote learning this year, innovative solutions are essential to keep children from falling behind. One solution is CommonLit.
Non-profit spotlight: How TalkingPoints breaks barriers between teachers and parents
TalkingPoints has been a Cisco Foundation grantee since 2011, thanks to their success using technology to improve student learning outcomes. To learn more about them read on.