Educating the Next Generation

On Saturday May 5, more than 4,000 students and parents descended upon the University of Southern California to participate in the Los Angeles Unified School District Family Summit 2012. This year’s event, “Make Me Proud: On the Road to College and Careers,” marked the first time that students were a part of the event, which aims…

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Getting ahead this holiday season, with help from Microsoft

As we enter the thick of holiday season, family “to do” lists grow in length – coordinating dinners, celebrations, travel, and gift giving can seem never ending. Microsoft Windows and Southwest Airlines have joined together to help alleviate one part of your checklist, in the form of free holiday photos. Picture Perfect Holiday is now available…

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Microsoft Donates $1 Million in Software to Los Angeles Unified School District

Parents’ engagement in academic progress is key to their children’s future success, and Microsoft is committed to helping in this effort. Today, Microsoft Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner visited Garfield High School alongside Superintendent-elect Dr. John Deasy to celebrate Microsoft’s announcement of a major contribution to the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Educational Foundation….

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More Than 180 Children Attend Safer Internet Day in Los Angeles

On Tuesday, February 15, more than 180 children from the Boys & Girls Club of Los Angeles and the Brotherhood Crusade attended a Safer Internet Day event in Los Angeles. Hosted by Microsoft at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the event was a part of the worldwide Safer Internet Day initiative, dedicated to promoting responsible use…

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Safer Internet Day Coming to Los Angeles

Today is international Safer Internet Day, an annual event dedicated to promoting responsible use of the Internet and mobile technology, particularly among children and youth. For the eighth straight year, Microsoft is supporting this day through a global campaign championing a healthy Internet for all and will be hosting events across the U.S to promote this initiative. Organized…

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