Education Transformation


A Holistic Model for Success

At Intel, we've invested over $1 billion to improve teaching and learning environments in more than 70 countries over the last decade. Through our systematic approach to student success, we deliver fresh insights, unique programs, and holistic solutions to help educators, government officials, IT professionals, and other leaders inspire excellence in students.

Essential components of education transformation

Information Communications Technology (ICT)

Information Communications Technology (ICT) is an essential foundation of education transformation. It provides the tools needed to support student-centered learning environments, including powerful PCs, relevant education software, broadband Internet access, and an infrastructure with robust servers.

Use of ICT has resulted in improvements in teacher attitude and student interest, discipline, and achievement. In addition, ICT investments can promote the growth of local businesses that provide ICT infrastructure and education solutions.

Teachers use ICT to:
  • Design student-centered learning environments
  • Deliver personalized experiences
  • Assess results
  • Increase productivity
Students use ICT to:
  • Access information and resources
  • Consume, create, and share knowledge
  • Increase achievement and develop twenty-first century skills
ICT offerings from Intel

Check out Intel's wide range of learning platforms, solutions, alliances, and infrastructures for students, teachers, and administrators.

Resources: Information Communications Technology

Platforms for learning and teaching
Transforming Education—
Read Chapter 7:
Platforms for learning and teaching >
Project RED - Revolutionizing Education
A Toolkit for Education Transformation
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Millennium@edu Program
Advancing Millennium Development Goals through the use of ICT
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Social entrepreneurs are changing the world with ICT
Read the report from Ashoka and the Intel foundation >
Student Success Professional Development Curriculum & Assessment Information Communications Technology Sustainable Resourcing Research & Evaluation Policy Policy Policy Leadership Leadership