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Qualcomm Participates in Bringing News Literacy to Children in Washington, DC

As a country, we see education as an important business. Educated minds are more informed, more discerning and more involved in government and foreign affairs. This is especially true at Qualcomm, a company rooted in education not only by the investments we make in this area but also by the principles that we hold true—after all, several of Qualcomm’s founders began their careers as educators.

Sep 14, 2011 by Greg Farmer

Helping High School Correspondence Students Earn Diplomas

Do you believe in giving people second chances? We do. We also value education. That’s why Qualcomm, through our Wireless Reach™ initiative, is collaborating with Renaissance Academy, a private correspondence high school in Japan, on a pioneering project that leverages 3G technologies to help high school dropouts re-engage in learning and earn their diplomas.

Aug 25, 2011 by Jun Yamada

Wireless Mobile Technology Brings Positive Changes to Education

As a great precursor to Wireless EdTech 2011 this October, the ISTE 2011 (International Society for Technology in Education) conference held this June was a massive gathering of the best and brightest in a variety of fields relating to education technology. Conferences such as these provide the perfect grounds for leaders, who would not otherwise cross paths, to meet and discover ways to collaborate on how to best integrate technology into the classroom

Jul 18, 2011 by Kristin Parsley Atkins

E-rate Funds Go Mobile

Hats off to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for allotting E-rate funds to explore how providing students with discounted mobile broadband access off school grounds can improve education at our nation’s public schools. The “E-rate Deployed Ubiquitously 2011 Pilot Program” (EDU2011) will enable 35,000 students at 14 schools in 20 states to benefit from anywhere, anytime learning.

Jul 11, 2011 by Dean Brenner

Helping Migrant Children Succeed

If you’ve ever changed schools as a child, you know how hard it can be. Different teachers and curriculum. Different academic achievement standards. Different graduation requirements. Plus the challenge of making new friends and fitting into a different social environment.

Jul 7, 2011 by Edith Guerrero

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