We invest in projects and organizations that expand access to learning

We've committed over $160 million in the last 5 years toward philanthropic grants to tackle global education gaps, while empowering Googlers to volunteer their technical expertise. Our goal is to help more people—especially those in underserved communities—benefit from the promise of technology, in the classroom and beyond.

Working towards equity in education, worldwide

Technology can create richer learning environments and improve learning outcomes, but not all students benefit equally from these advances.

Through Google.org, we’re providing $50 million in grant funding to organizations tackling this challenge in three ways: getting students the right learning materials, giving teachers the latest skills and techniques, and making learning possible outside of the classroom.

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Supporting underserved schools and communities

Bridging the digital divide will require more than devices and connectivity. We must also equip teachers with the skills, tools, and training they need to use that technology effectively in the classroom.

That’s why we launched the Dynamic Learning Project—a pilot that’s part of our ongoing commitment to ensure the benefits of technology reach every classroom. The program supports high-need districts as they launch and grow technology coaching programs. Through the Dynamic Learning Project model, coaches work alongside educators to help them identify, and implement innovative technology practices in their classrooms.

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Turning bus time into learning time

While schoolwork increasingly requires access to the internet, millions of students still lack connectivity at home.

We’re working with districts across the US to expand Rolling Study Halls to help thousands of students in rural communities access more learning hours outside of school by powering their school buses with wifi, devices and onboard educator support.

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Helping equip the next generation with future skills

More than 65% of students will work in jobs that don’t even exist today,¹ but a majority of young people aren’t yet developing the problem-solving skills or and basic digital competencies they’ll need to be prepared for that future.

We are providing grant funding to nonprofits and building programs to expand access to computer science education, and helping train more female and underrepresented students in computational thinking. It’s our goal to prepare every learner with the adaptive skills they need to tackle the future's biggest challenges.

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