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Silicon Valley billionaires are remaking America's schools with their cash

Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 05:50

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Technology giants are influencing the subjects that US schools teach, the classroom tools that teachers choose to use and fundamental approaches to learning.

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Technology giants are influencing the subjects that US schools teach, the classroom tools that teachers choose to use and fundamental approaches to learning.

BT_20170608_KYREMAKE8B_2924494.jpg
Technology giants are influencing the subjects that US schools teach, the classroom tools that teachers choose to use and fundamental approaches to learning.

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IN San Francisco's public schools, Marc Benioff, the chief executive of Salesforce, is giving principals of middle schools US$100,000 "innovation grants" and encouraging them to behave more like startup founders and less like bureaucrats.

In Maryland, Texas, Virginia and

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