How Cisco Networking Academy’s Learning Engineering team creates a pathway to new skills
Jeremy Creech, a Servant Leader for Cisco Networking Academy's Learning Engineering team, creates opportunities for students to access technology skills.
Cisco Networking Academy recognizes top partners and instructors
Cisco Networking Academy presented awards to acknowledge outstanding contributions in educating technology professionals of the future.
From teacher to CEO: How CommonLit’s founder is using technology to impact millions of teachers and students
With Cisco’s support, CommonLit has created cutting-edge tools and expanded its services to reach underserved students in Latin America with localized materials in Spanish. We recently sat down with CommonLit's founder and CEO, Michelle Brown, to learn more.
A focus on access: Learning and digital skills development
As a leading technology company, Cisco is committed to offering inclusive access to digital skills training and supporting those who use technology in education. After all, even the most transformative innovations have no value if people don’t know how to use them, or don’t have access to them.
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.
From Cisco Live to Networking Academy: A donation of pi-top laptops engages students at a Tribal college
Cisco donated pi-top laptop kits to Cisco Networking Academy partners around the world, including Tribal College, Sitting Bull College, in North Dakota.
Meet the Enchanted Virtual Classroom
How can we offer engaging student experiences for the new era of education? Meet the Enchanted Virtual Classroom.
Code.org: Driving a global digital literacy movement in K-12 education
There are over 2 billion computers and more than 2.5 million apps in the world today, integrated into nearly every aspect of our lives. They influence how we work, drive, access healthcare, vote and more – and their uses are only growing. But how much do we really know about them? The answer for many of us is very little. The nonprofit Code.org is on a mission to change that.
Opening a window of opportunity to bring more women into the tech workforce
The pandemic has shown that it can deepen inequities — and create opportunities. Women are disproportionately affected by many of the cultural, economic, and technological shifts that the pandemic is accelerating. But even as many women navigate their new roles as full-time caregivers, ad hoc teachers, and bread winners, digitization is providing a unique opportunity for women to rise.