What's New with Google Meet?
Educators now have access to key moderation controls, like who can join their meetings or use the chat or share their screen, directly from their iOS devices. Customers with Education Plus or the Teaching and Learning Upgrade can also now set up breakout rooms ahead of time in Google Calendar.

A Guide to Google Meet for Parents and Guardians
With the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents and guardians have found themselves in the role of part-time teacher and IT technician — on top of their existing responsibilities at work and home. We created a guide to help make things easier for parents juggling their many roles at home.

Keep up with EDU in 90 Episodes
Looking for a quick way to keep tabs on Google for Education news? Check out our video series, EDU in 90, and explore recent episodes for updates across Chrome, product trainings, and more.

Version History now in Jamboard
The same version history feature that you are used to in other Google Workspace products, like Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, is now available in Jamboard. You can easily view and track student changes, name different versions of your Jam files, and quickly revert to them when needed.

5 Ways Google Search Can Help You Learn
Learn ‘how’ and ‘why’ on Google Search with new education features such as step-by-step guidance for complex math problems, 3D models of STEM concepts like anatomy, and resources to help students master numerous concepts.

Google Arts & Culture: Women in Culture
The Women in Culture page brings together multiple stories and resources dedicated to pioneering women in culture and includes 10 new lesson plans covering different fields of expertise, where women have traditionally been overlooked.

Google Arts & Culture: A Brief History of Electronic Music
Explore the history of electronic music, from its Black origins and queer roots to the female pioneers and the technology behind it through online stories, collections, and a lesson plan. Play with AR Synth, an experience that allows users to play with five iconic synthesizers in Augmented Reality.

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