it ( ‘shown’ function (e) {displayVotedComments ( ‘com_content’, ‘1915’); }); }}.) Send (); }); / ** / In May of 1966. At the University of Colorado, a co-founder David Packard of Hewlett-Packard said that “writing a check for your favorite school or institution of higher education does not exempt a businessman from responsibility for education.” Despite the passage of time, these words have lost nothing in importance. Responsibility for education. For four decades they studied the challenges of global education, and the results were given prominence; Now it is difficult to ignore. The business sector requires a constant influx of skilled workers to fill more and more complicated position in the global economy. In reference to the report of The Global Education Digest, a report published last year by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, 69 100 adults aged post-secondary schools are recorded on the higher education programs in Europe and North America. In contrast, only 5 of the 100 is stored on such programs in sub-Saharan Africa, and 10 100 in South and West Asia.

This is a troubling fact, inequality in the world does not bypass the higher education. The World Bank reports that worldwide more than 100 million children of primary school age do not attend school. These complex problems require complex solutions – solutions which, as noted Packard, go far beyond writing a check and financing products. These solutions include, of course, new technologies, but also require investment in building the foundations of education, thanks to which it will be possible to succeed – such as provisions to ensure even basic access to education, [right] infrastructure, potential and actual commitment of countries and communities. As a result, the actual education becomes a priority, and well-educated teachers will be able to eye-catching and durable learning. HP is committed to the Clinton Global Initiative works with UNICEF, the International Rescue Committee and Microsoft to introduce innovative distance learning programs that provide supplementary education for 150 thousand. refugees and members of their communities [scattered around the world]. This partnership will be tested and skalowało interactive teaching methods using a variety of communication channels, including radio, TV, laptops and mobile phones.

These and other projects use technology in a way that learning becomes easier, faster and brings more satisfaction – from facilitating distance learning to run computer labs and incorporate the latest technical equipment – all in order to provide modern tools for innovative teachers around the world. Working closely with educators in order to progress in the implementation of teaching and learning, HP and other companies to help educators and policy makers to make the promised widely available education and use of innovative technologies. Through the Clinton Global Initiative, work with teachers to create educational programs including national integrated solutions. In this way we make education available to more students, put them on the path of learning throughout life, formed the foundation of economic and social development at the local and global. The essence of such programs is the development, introduction and use of new technologies, in particular in partnership with teachers.

Through our for-profit work with the education sector, HP has a real knowledge of how to make and effectively integrate technology with the best result of [the education system], and adjust them to the specific needs and how to help teachers in their use in the teaching process. Our unique point of view allows us to fully exploiting the research progress of knowledge and experience to find solutions that will be checked today and in the future. Corporations twenty-first century are much more than the products they sell, the people they employ, or profits that return to shareholders. As innovators and supporters developing global society, companies such as HP have a chance [to make changes], but are responsible for a significant and lasting contribution to society. It would be good to any company – large or small – she made a list of the educational needs of the community in which it operates. Write a check, good. Subsidize the purchase of equipment, well.

But let moreover uses a unique potential, knowledge and experience to maximize its support. Education is in fact a great stabilizer, and our future employees, customers, shareholders, and fellow citizens of the world are ready to learn. Todd Bradley is vice president of the Personal Systems Group, HP. This article is excerpted from the American edition of Forbes magazine, 23.01.2008. The subtitle of the article comes from the editorial edunews.pl Read another article about new technologies in education. / ** / jQuery (document) .ready (function ($) {jac_init ();}); var JACommentConfig = {jac_base_url: ‘/ component / jacomment /’ SITEURL: ‘/ component / jacomment /? tmpl = component & view = comments’, minLengthComment:’ 10 ‘, errorMinLength:’ Your comment is too short. ‘, maxLengthComment’ 5000 ‘, errorMaxLength:’ Your comment is too long. ‘isEnableAutoexpanding:’ 1 ‘, dateASC’ recent comments at the top ‘, dateDESC’ Latest comment in bottom ‘, votedASC:’ Most voted on top ‘, votedDESC’ Most voted in bottom ‘, strLogin:’ Login ‘, isEnableBBCode:’ 1 ‘, isEnableCharacterCounter:’ 0 ‘, isEnableLocationDetection:’ 0 ‘, commentFormPosition:’ 1 ‘, hdCurrentComment: 0, contentoption’ com_content ‘ContentID’ 166 ‘, commenttype:’ 1 ‘, jacomentUrl’ https://www.edunews.pl/badania-i-debaty/opinie/166-edukacja-naszych-dzieci-7-todd-bradley ‘contenttitle:’ our Education children (7) Todd Bradley, hidInputComment: ‘You must input comment.’, high dInputWordInComment: ‘The words are too long you should add more spaces between them’, hidEndEditText: ‘Please exit spell check before Submitting comment’, hidInputName: ‘You must input name’, hidInputEmail: ‘You must input email’, hidValidEmail ‘ your email is invalid ‘, hidAgreeToAbide:’ You must agree that abide by the website rules ‘hidInputCaptcha:’ You must input the captcha ‘, textQuoting’ Quoting ‘textQuote’ Quote ‘, textPosting’ Posting ‘, textReply’ reply comment ‘, textCheckSpelling’ No writing errors’, mesExpandForm ‘(+) is a Click Expand’ mesCollapseForm ‘(-) Click to Collapse’ theme ‘default’, txtCopiedDecode ‘Copied DCode’}; / ** / / ** / / ** // ** / / ** / / ** / / ** / / ** / function open_youtube (id) {jacCreatForm ( ‘open_youtube’, id, 400,200,0, 0, ‘Embed a YouTube video’, 0, ‘Embed video’); } / ** / / ** / window.addEvent ( “load” function () {var url = window.location.hash; c_url = url.split ( ‘#’); d = 0; tmp = 0; if (c_url.length> = 1) {for (i = 1; i -1) {tmp = c_url [i]. split ( ‘:’) [1]; if (tmp! = “”) {id = parseInt (tmp, 10);}}}} url = “? tmpl = component & option = com_jacomment & view = comments & contentoption = com_content & ContentID = 166 & wound = 2077185061” ; if (d! = 0) {url + = “& currentCommentID =” + id;} var req = new Request ({method: ‘get’, uRL url onComplete: function (text) {$ jacJQuery = jQuery; $ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html ($ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html () + text); moveBackground (id ‘https://edunews.pl/’); jac_auto_expand_textarea (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper-.conversation avatar’). tooltip (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper and #jacTab: last’). it ( ‘shown’, f unction (e) {displayVotedComments ( ‘com_content’, ‘166’); }); }}.) Send (); }); / ** / Preparations for the nineteenth session of the Parliament of Children and Youth has already started.

The works are in full swing. 1 June 2013. On Rural Warsaw there will be young people who will discuss what can be a stimulus to the local sustainable development. The nineteenth session of the Parliament of Children and Youth is not a simple visit to the Parliament. The project aims at increasing the activity of young people, to motivate pupils and students to discuss with their peers, teachers, school management and other representatives of the local community. The project also aims to familiarize participants and the participants to the work of the Sejm and the legislative process. As part of the project, pupils and students have the task of carrying out eco-development debates related.

To Warsaw in June they will be invited groups of students, which will carry the most interesting debate. Practical advice on how to organize the debate and how best to prepare for it, can be found on pages CEO of the About debates. To participate in the project can be reported double teams of pupils and students from middle and high schools. The first step is to register on the platform www.sdim.ceo.nq.pl until 24 March 2013. More information about the project, the rules for selecting participants and participants, schedule, and supporting materials are available on the project website: www.ceo.org.pl/sejmmlodziezy. Based on the assessment of student work doubles teams will be selected 460 youth MPs, who will meet on June 1 in the Sejm, to talk about the role of youth and their impact on local sustainability.

Previously, 52 of them at a meeting of the committee will develop a problematic basis for discussion – a draft resolution. The organizer of the project is the Chancellery of the Sejm, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, the Center for Civic Education and the Center for the Development of Education. (Source: CEO) / ** / jQuery (document) .ready (function ($) {jac_init ();}); var JACommentConfig = {jac_base_url: ‘/ component / jacomment /’ SITEURL: ‘/ component / jacomment /? tmpl = component & view = comments’, minLengthComment:’ 10 ‘, errorMinLength:’ Your comment is too short. ‘, maxLengthComment’ 5000 ‘, errorMaxLength:’ Your comment is too long. ‘isEnableAutoexpanding:’ 1 ‘, dateASC’ recent comments at the top ‘, dateDESC’ Latest comment in bottom ‘, votedASC:’ Most voted on top ‘, votedDESC’ Most voted in bottom ‘, strLogin:’ Login ‘, isEnableBBCode:’ 1 ‘, isEnableCharacterCounter:’ 0 ‘, isEnableLocationDetection:’ 0 ‘, commentFormPosition:’ 1 ‘, hdCurrentComment: 0, contentoption’ com_content ‘ContentID’ 2188 ‘, commenttype’ 1 ‘jacomentUrl’ https://edunews.pl/narzedzia-i-projekty/projekty-edukacyjne/2188-w-sejmie-o-ekorozwoju ‘contenttitle’ in the Parliament of sustainability ‘ hidInputComment: ‘You must input comment.’, hidInputWordInComment: ‘The words are too long you should add more spaces between them’, hidEndEditText: ‘Please exit spell check before Submitting comment’, hidInputName: ‘You must input name’, hidInputEmail: ‘You must input email’, hidValidEmail: ‘Your e-mail is invalid ‘, hidAgreeToAbide:’ You must agree that abide by the website rules ‘hidInputCaptcha:’ You must input the captcha ‘, textQuoting’ Quoting ‘textQuote’ Quote ‘, textPosting’ Posting ‘, textReply:’ Reply comment ‘textCheckSpelling’ No writing errors’, mesExpandForm ‘(+) is a Click Expand’ mesCollapseForm ‘(-) Click to Collapse’ theme ‘default’, txtCopiedDecode ‘Copied DCode’}; / ** / / ** / / ** // ** / / ** / / ** / / ** / / ** / function open_youtube (id) {jacCreatForm ( ‘open_youtube’, id, 400,200,0, 0, ‘Embed a YouTube video’, 0, ‘Embed video’); } / ** / / ** / window.addEvent ( “load” function () {var url = window.location.hash; c_url = url.split ( ‘#’); d = 0; tmp = 0; if (c_url.length> = 1) {for (i = 1; i -1) {tmp = c_url [i]. split ( ‘:’) [1]; if (tmp! = “”) {id = parseInt (tmp, 10);}}}} url = “? tmpl = component & option = com_jacomment & view = comments & contentoption = com_content & ContentID = 2188 & wound = 565413444” ; if (d! = 0) {url + = “& currentCommentID =” + id;} var req = new Request ({method: ‘get’, uRL url onComplete: function (text) {$ jacJQuery = jQuery; $ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html ($ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html () + text); moveBackground (id ‘https://edunews.pl/’); jac_auto_expand_textarea (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper-.conversation avatar’). tooltip (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper and #jacTab: last’). it ( ‘shown’, f unction (e) {displayVotedComments ( ‘com_content’, ‘2188’); }); }}.) Send (); }); / ** / If you are interested in astronomy, space conquest, computers, robotics, physics? Excellently! You want to learn more? Fantastic! To fulfill the dream of space missions, unusual adventures and unforgettable vacation just take part in the second edition of the competition ASTROBOT. Mars Society Poland and the Polish Children’s Fund invites all high school students to participate in the second edition of the competition astronautyczno-robotic.

The competition consists of two stages. The first stage of the competition is individual and consists in developing the concept of a space mission to the celestial body. Description of the proposed mission should be provided in writing, specifying the mission and the manner of its implementation. The competition is open only to independent work. Applications are accepted through the website www.astrobot.pl.

The deadline for submitting entries is February 9, 2014. In assessing the work will be taken into consideration: compliance work with the theme of the competition, the justification of choice, the value of scientific, technological or commercial depicted mission. Will also be assessed detail and clarity of description, correct technical https://studybays.me/ solutions presented, the reality of the implementation of the mission, as well as linguistic and stylistic correctness of the submitted work. The second edition of the competition will be resolved ASTROBOT spring. The authors of 30 best works will be invited to Warsaw for a multi-day workshops and the final a team game.

The winning team will select the award in the cosmic summer vacation. Five winners of the first edition of the competition went in May. year to Florida, to the famous American Kennedy Space Center to track student competition robotic NASA Lunabotics. The winners of the second edition can also count on an exciting journey! The organizers also provide prizes for the best participants and factual presentation of their projects. To have a chance to participate in workshops and spring holiday trip, you have to prepare really solid project. After the experience of the first edition, the organizers expect to work at a very high level. “By organizing this competition in the form of workshops and the fun we want to popularize science among students, natural and technical. We encourage middle school students not only to develop their interest in astronomy and astronautics, but also for independent research,” – says Mark Robinson of the Mars Society Poland.

The competition is organized Mars Society Poland and the Polish Children’s Fund – two associations for many years engaged in the popularization of science. The competition gives talented young people the opportunity to meet with leading Polish scientific experts. “Space still remains a mystery, there are still many questions that have failed to respond to scientists. The imagination of youth is often part of a subsequent scientific discoveries.