Quality Education

Lego seeks to fuel girl power through #keepbuilding

Lego - the Danish toy manufacturer, whose plastic interlocking brick sets have become a global phenomenon - has faced a lot of criticism in recent years for focusing its marketing almost exclusively on boys. Then it hit back with a TV ad about a young girl and her mom.

Microsoft enlists Minecraft to boost YouthSpark

The next decades will be shaped by tech - that's clear to anyone looking at business and society.

Microsoft lights the spark for America's youth

In 2012 Microsoft launched the YouthSpark program, a three year education project that involves partnering with nonprofits, schools, governments and other businesses to make computer science education more accessible to more young people, especially those from underrepresented backgrou

NBC expands its Education Nation reach with Instagram

NBC News's Education Nation is an initiative to engage citizens in conversation about the state of education in the United States.

NSPCC says don't share your willy

Parents these days are scared to let their kids play outside - at least that’s what we hear. It’s safer, they reason, to keep them indoors, where they can’t get into trouble and nobody can hurt them. But if indoor play involves an internet connection and any kind of social sharing, then indoors can be just as hazardous as the playground or street.

Orange's Supercoders bring special powers to digital literacy

In conjunction with the European Union’s annual Code Week, Orange launched Supercoders, a day-long event run simultaneously at locations in France, Poland, Romania and Spain.to teach 10-13 years olds digital literacy and introduce them to the coding.

Pearson's Project Literacy

Project Literacy is an ambitious five-year project aimed at promoting literacy - including digital literacy - to tackle global poverty. Pearson has created an online idea bank for people to suggest the best digital literacy solutions being created in the world.

Pley makes sharing Lego easy

As any parent knows, kids have an insatiable desire for new toys but that desire is rarely matched by their enthusiasm to play with those toys once you’ve bought them. The result is a lot of money spent and a lot of neglected or half constructed toys.

Samsung channels the Bard into an educational app

Samsung Electronics and the Royal Shakespeare Company have partnered to create an app that enables users to study and experience the work of Britain’s most celebrated playwright in new ways.

Sky seeks to inspire with its Academy

The UK’s biggest pay-TV broadcaster, Sky is aiming to reach a million young people by 2020 through its longstanding CSR initative, Sky Academy.

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