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Google For Education Apps Will Be Updated This September

August 21, 2015 - Written By Ricardo Trevizo

Google is a company with numerous big projects to ensure the education of the world’s population; the company not only cares about the schooling of its own users necessarily, but of every person with access to a computer in general. With programs like Google for Education, which is the main and largest of all education-oriented solutions within the internet giant, with the goal of simplifying the way both teachers and students interact with each other through the use of technological innovations and services, such as Classroom, Gmail, Docs, among others. Through this program, thousands of schools across the world have improved the way their classrooms work and engage with information, thanks to the simple sign up process and training sessions from experienced teachers and users. Google really cares about the world’s education, which is why the internet giant is constantly working to bring the best experience to members of this program. Today, it was announced that the company’s whole array of products and services designed for education will be receiving numerous updates to bring them the latest tools at an event Google will host on September 2.

Although the details of which tools or services will be updated specifically, it is certain that Google will be making a bigger effort to enhance the overall experience that students, teachers and other working professionals have within the many productivity tools that the company has to offer. Some of the company’s many services include educational apps, online databases and devices like Chromebooks and tablets designed for schools and educational institutions, and the popular Google Classroom; this last service is a complete platform released on August 2014 to create, distribute, and grade assignments without using any paper, Classroom is one of the key elements of the whole Google for Education program.

On September 2, Google will most likely announce new features for its most popular productivity services, including the useful Docs, Sheets and Slides applications. But what might be Google’s prime goal, is to expand the adoption of the previously mentioned Google Classroom, as the service works as a way to merge all of the companies other services for education in a single environment.