Google Apps For Education Wins Two More States, Rolls Out Training Tools For Teachers

Google has made it fairly clear that adoption of Google Apps at schools and colleges is vital to the growth of the productivity suite as a whole. The strategy makes sense; not only do educational institutions represent a huge market for Google Apps, but schools and colleges are where many people get trained, start relying on, and form brand allegiances to productivity apps. Today, Google is announcing that it has signed on two more states, Colorado and Iowa, to extend Google Apps for Education to the 3,000 schools across the two states.

The two states join Oregon, which was the first state to adopt Google Apps for Education in its schools. One of the advantages of “going” Google is the productivity suite’s attractive price point for public schools that are on a budget.

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Meet Bard, a ChatGPT competitor from Google

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Can Google Bard dethrone ChatGPT?

Google’s perception as an innovator is at risk.

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Byju has fired 1,000 workers over a WhatsApp call

Following Google and many other companies, Byju has joined the list of companies to fire hundreds of workers.

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