Tag Archives: Education Transformation

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A Recipe for Success

Many countries around the world today are working to create high-skilled, high-wage economies by upgrading the education of their students and the skills of their workforces. The desire to move up the value chain to high value-added, high-technology economies is … Read more >

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Yes She Can

 ”Working towards gender equality is not a choice, but a necessity, a moral imperative” -  Honourable Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Government of India South Asia is home to approximately one quarter of the world’s population, and with … Read more >

2012 in Review: Intel Achievements Throughout Asia Pacific

Throughout our history, Intel has driven bold advancements in technology that have fundamentally changed the way people live and work. We have an unwavering belief in our ability to fuel the innovation economy, not just through our leading edge technology, … Read more >

Education Transformation Momentum Builds Throughout 2012

The rapid evolution of technology and increasing availability of information through the internet is accelerating the need for education modernization. Countries across the region are seeing the value in preparing their workforce with 21st century skills, so they can capitalize … Read more >

Transforming Education Together

At Intel we firmly believe in the transformative power of education and we advocate a balanced approach that includes policy reform, curriculum & assessment, professional development for teachers, research and evaluation, and appropriate use of ICT to accomplish meaningful transformation in … Read more >

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Year in Review: Transforming Education in 2011

Posted on behalf of Anjan Ghosh, Regional Director, Corporate Affairs, Asia Pacific In 2011 we made significant strides in transforming education and building 21st century skills across the Asia Pacific region. We have engaged and catalyzed governments on education transformation and policy; expanded our … Read more >