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Today, 74% of students globally have little or no connectivity. This prohibits them from accessing the wealth of online educational resources.

See how Google.org's new global education initiative helps organizations like Learning Equality use technology to close learning gaps. goo.gl/Jsdccn


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We're committing $50M to help every student access the quality education they deserve. Learn more about our new education initiative and stay tuned for more information on our grantees: goo.gl/1VwCsI 
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We’re committed to creating transformational job opportunities for Bay Area youth. That’s why we’re awarding Genesys Works Bay Area $500,000 to expand access to professional skills training and IT internships to Bay Area high schoolers. Read more: http://bit.ly/1XnstyT

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Today Google.org is providing $250,000 to partners in the Flint community to address the water crisis. These grants have a special focus on technical solutions for understanding and resolving the crisis for the long term.

Learn more about the work being done: https://goo.gl/gryayg
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In global studies, the United States ranks below average in mathematics achievement. We need to reverse this statistic. To help do so, Google partnered with #WeTeachScience pairing up STEM professionals with students. 

Find out how you can help make a difference in a student’s life: http://bit.ly/1Sm3THO

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New technological innovations are breaking down barriers to Education, Communication, Mobility, Independence, and Employment for people with disabilities. 

Independence: Almost half of people who are visually impaired would like to leave their home more often if they were able. #GoogleImpactChallenge #Disabilities grantee +Perkins School for the Blind is creating high-precision navigation for the blind via crowdsourced information. 

Other grantees like Wayfindr, +Wheelmap.org and TOM are developing innovative assistive technology to increase independence for people with disabilities. Read more about them at: g.co/disabilities
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New technological innovations are breaking down barriers to Education, Communication, Mobility, Independence, and Employment for people with disabilities. 

Education: Today, less than 10%of all published materials are accessible to people with visual or print impairments.  #GoogleImpactChallenge   #Disabilities  grantee +DAISY Consortium is creating standards to ensure every book is accessible.

Other grantees like +Benetech and +The Arc of the United States are developing innovative assistive technology to make education more accessible for people with disabilities. Read more about them at:  g.co/disabilities
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Learn more about the +Google.org grantees using technology to make the world more accessible—and how they’re going to do it.
#GoogleImpactChallenge  #Disabilities   

goo.gl/5qlPxs  
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Proud to be supporting GIC France finalist +1001fontaines for their incredible work on making drinking water more available. #WorldWaterDay
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