Monthly Archives: September 2010

Educate Girls. Change the World. Intel makes commitment with 10×10 at CGI

Did you know that one additional year of primary education for girls can result in a 10-20% increase in women’s wages later in life? An increase in female education leads to lower infant and maternal mortality rates, protection against HIV/AIDS, … Read more >

Change the Equation: Why Fixing Public Education is the Private Sector’s Problem Too

Yesterday, my colleague Carlos Contreras – the Intel US Education Manager, attended a White House event where President Obama announced a new non-profit called Change the Equation. Intel is a founding member of the coalition of 107 corporations, and Retired … Read more >

Cheers and huzzahs! Some wonderful schools are getting it right – and Intel is celebrating their success

Wow. OK, so Walter Payton Preparatory High School of Chicago, Illinois, is the new Star Innovator – the tip top, best-of-the-best and most innovative math or science school in the US, as announced by yours truly at this evening’s 2010 … Read more >