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Welcome aboard to our newest K-12 grant recipients

We’re committed to providing almost every K-12 student in the world a chance to learn and use SketchUp. To that end, we’ve recently granted SketchUp Pro K-12 licenses to eight US states (bringing the total to 27), two Canadian provinces, one county in the UK, and the entire nation of New Zealand! The new US states are California, Vermont, South Dakota, Georgia, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Oklahoma, and Maryland. New Brunswick and Manitoba are the Canadian provinces and the UK county is Cambridgeshire.

If you're a K-12 educator, you can check out details on our Google SketchUp Pro K-12 License Grant program site. It includes links to valuable training resources, technical support information, a group forum, case studies, and a map of states, provinces and counties which have already enrolled. If your locality isn't one of them, ask your state technology director (or international equivalent) to apply. License grant recipients don't pay a cent for SketchUp Pro.

View Google SketchUp Pro K-12 Statewide License Grants in a larger map

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Bouha said...

Good move! What would be smarter is to empower people who have untapped potential.
Try to give SketchUp Pro licenses to students and pupils in Tunisia, and you'll be amazed with what they'll do with it.

Anonymous said...

We're hoping to persuade the Department of Education in Ireland to sign up for this great initiative. We're running a pilot programme in a school in Castlebar, County Mayo this coming school year to kick off our campaign.