Norwegian elementary school focuses on STEM learning with Microsoft Education

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When the Norwegian government provided guidance for a country-wide digital literacy program, the intent was to prepare more than 1 million school-aged children for a technology-driven future. To that end, the municipality of Nedre Eiker has led the charge by implementing a 1:1 Windows 10 device initiative at Solberg skole for students in 4th – 7th grade.
Solberg chose HP Windows 10 devices running Office 365 because of the student and teacher familiarity with Windows, and for continuity amongst students who required a platform that will grow with them in their professional careers. According to Liv Jenny Bø, senior advisor for the Municipality of Nedre Eiker, “Windows 10 devices are cost-effective for the school, and make it possible to provide the necessary tools for each student both at school and home. We have faith that’s what we are getting with Offi..