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New awards support future leaders of computing research

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From 2018 to 2019, the number of students from underrepresented groups who completed a Ph.D in computer science decreased by 13 percent. Computer science research has broad implications for billions of people—which is why it’s so important that researchers doing this work represent the experiences, perspectives and concerns of people all around the world.

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9 Chromebook and G Suite for Education features to make learning more accessible

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Around the world, students with disabilities and diverse learning needs have been learning remotely, and teachers are finding new ways to practice inclusive teaching. In South Korea, Ryu Changdong, a blind teacher at Seoyun Middle School, when switching to online learning, struggled to gauge his students’ level of interaction with the lessons.
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Bringing new digital skills trainings to HBCUs

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Status quo doesn’t survive, especially in education. I’ve seen this firsthand in my role as the President and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF). At TMCF, the nation’s largest organization exclusively representing the Black college community, we aim to ensure student success by promoting educational excellence and preparing the next generation of workforce talent through leadership development.
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Satisfy the 2020 Doodle for Google champion!

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Sharon’s Doodle titled “Together As One” highlights the importance of addition and acceptance, and was influenced by her personal experiences along with friendship and her strong dedication to spreading kindness. Let’s become familiar with this year’s Doodle for Search engines winner:

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