Celebrating Computer Science Education Week
Read about the new Scratch Education Collaborative that we're proud to be supporting with a $5M Google grant and take a minute to refer high schoolers to Code Next's new virtual computer science education classes. If you're an educator yourself, please tag @googleforedu and let us know how you're using the CS First Unplugged activity!

What's New in Google Meet
We’ve recently updated Google Meet with features like hand raising, breakout rooms, the ability to accept knocks in bulk, and more. Learn more about new updates in Meet that can save you time, keep students engaged, and give you more control over your classes.

Finish up 2020 with EDU in 90
As we head toward 2021, be sure to catch up on the latest episodes of EDU in 90, including updates on Chrome, Google Docs, and more.

What's New in Chrome OS
To help you get started on artistic hobbies, we’re explaining how simple it is to draw, edit photos, make movies, animate and design on Chromebook—thanks to creativity apps and new Perks.

Zero-Touch enrollment for Chromebooks
With zero-touch enrollment, IT departments can drop ship Chrome OS devices that will automatically enroll into enterprise administration as soon as the end user connects to the internet.

Explore Chromebook Demo Videos
Check out short demo videos on topics like deployment, navigating Chromebooks, new features, and helpful tips for managing your device fleet.

Use Your Favorite Apps with Classroom
Browse thousands of educator-approved apps that work with Google Classroom to spark creativity and enable unlimited opportunities for learning. These integrations can save you time, and make it seamless to share information between your favorite apps and Classroom.

Google Community Spotlight: The Hybrid Teacher Survival Guide
This Hybrid Teacher survival guide outlines everything from choosing a learning management system to building community online. It's beneficial for educators working in hybrid or remote learning settings during COVID and beyond, so check it out.

Find Apps and Ideas for Chromebooks
With the right Chromebook tools, learners can achieve any goal. Visit the Chromebook App Hub to explore apps and activity ideas that were designed with learning in mind.

Diwali @ Home: Arts & Culture
Every autumn, millions of people around the world celebrate Diwali with fireworks, feasts, prayer, and festivities. Discover and enjoy this festival from home, through stories, Augmented Reality firecrackers, and coloring books.

Roll Over Beethoven: Arts & Culture
Celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, with music (including a Beyonce & Beethoven mash up), stories, art, quizzes, and virtual tours.

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