This World Teachers’ Day, join us in celebrating educators and their passion for learning

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Spark and elevate the voices of teachers around the world

Google and TED have teamed up to help spread educators’ ideas and insights. Subscribe to the new TED-Ed Educator Talks YouTube channel or share your own story.

Learn from the educators who inspire us

Teachers all over the world are going above and beyond to support their students, encourage their communities, and improve their skills. We’ve collected some of their stories for you to explore.

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Provide educators with the support they need and deserve

Google.org has given more than $60 million since 2005 to organizations committed to helping educators across the globe. Please join us by giving to one of these organizations, or another that works to support teachers.

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Get help using Google's tools in the classroom

Dedicated educators are lifelong learners. We’ve created a hub of resources, trainings, communities, and certifications to help teachers do what they do best, even better.

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Help and inspiration when you need it

Whether you’re learning something new, gaining expertise on a specific tool, or seeking inspiration and advice from other educators—we’ve got you covered.

Certifications

Be recognized for the expert educator that you are

Earn credits for your technology skills, become a trainer for your peers, or use what you’ve learned to help design creative solutions for classrooms everywhere.

Communities

Engage with communities of educators from across the world

We created Google Educator Groups—run by educators, for educators—to help teachers support and learn from one another.

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Visit schools from around the world in Google Earth

Curious to see where teaching happens? Get a 360 degree look at global classrooms through Google Earth.