Helping expand learning for educators and learners
We believe that everyone—educators and learners at every age and stage—deserve the tools and skills that set them up for success in building the future they want for themselves.
“Technology alone will not improve education, but it can be a powerful part of the solution.”Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google
We invest in projects and organizations that expand access to learning
Through Google.org, we've committed more than $250 million since 2005 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.
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.
Helping equip the next generation with future skills
More than 65% of learners will work in jobs that don’t even exist today,¹ but many aren’t yet developing the problem-solving skills and basic digital competencies they’ll need to be prepared for that future.
We are providing grant funding to nonprofits, 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.
Learn more about how we're supporting education
Enhancing teaching and learning in K‑12 schools
See how Google tools and resources help K‑12 teachers and students create, collaborate, and build digital skills for the future.
Unlocking possibilities in higher education
Find out how Google solutions are powering advanced research, breakthrough discoveries, and learning opportunities at colleges and universities.