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Senate Passes ‘No Microsoft National Talent Strategy Goal Left Behind Act’

Jul 27

theodp writes: Microsoft is applauding the Senate’s passage of the Every Child Achieves Act, a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind Act, saying the move will improve access to K-12 STEM learning nationwide. The legislation elevates Computer Science to a “core academic subject”, opening the door to a number of funding opportunities. The major overhaul of the U.S. K-12 education system, adds Microsoft on the Issues, also “advances some of the goals outlined in Microsoft’s National Talent Strategy,” its “two-pronged” plan to increase K-12 CS education and tech immigration. Perhaps Microsoft is tackling the latter goal in under-the-radar White House visits with the leaders of Mark Zuckerberg’s FWD.us PAC, like this one, attended by Microsoft’s William “It’s Our Way Or the Canadian Highway” Kamela and FWD.us President Joe “Save Us From Just-Sort-of-OK US Workers” Green.


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