Access to individual computing devices is critical for the education of K-12 students. Benefits of this access include better instruction, enhanced creativity and collaboration, fulfillment of accessibility and special learning requirements, and teaching workplace technology skill sets. Microsoft Surface devices create better outcomes for students while also making it easier for IT organizations to support 1:1 student device models, as well as freeing up teachers’ and administrators’ time.
Now, you can provide students with high-quality Windows devices featuring advanced security and manageability, helping to optimize return on investment in educational technology. Microsoft has expanded the Surface family, and we are proud to introduce you to our newest devices for schools, Surface Pro 9, Surface Laptop 5, and Surface Studio 2+.
The Surface portfolio also includes additional secure, reliable devices to enable learning from anywhere:
- Surface Pro 8 – Experience the 2-in-1 versatility of an ultra-light laptop and digital pen-enabled tablet with the performance teachers and students need to teach and learn
- Surface Laptop 4 – Enable teaching and learning from anywhere, supported by incredible style, speed, and performance
- Surface Laptop Go – Tackle projects on a sleek, lightweight laptop built for everyday use
Microsoft commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) for K-12 schools deploying Surface. The study provides readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Surface on their organizations. Key findings included teachers saved two hours per week and had higher satisfaction using Surface, and students’ learning outcomes improved across a wide range of areas.
Read our blog to learn more about new Surface devices and offers applicable to education.