Through this project, companies will be able to donate directly to public schools. Right now, Google is working hard to make its new network users better able to counter the negative effects of the network, especially in the vast majority of communications, entertainment andeducationBoth are turning to digital platforms and digital tools.
Google’s Julianne Yi explained: “Research shows that parents have to teach their children how to get safe online, but they are not sure how to keep the conversation going. To help them, we created seminar equipment so parents can Mutual teaching on how to stimulate effectiveness on digital security and citizenship. It is reported that the project will be launched as part of the National Cyber Security Awareness and National Bullying Prevention Month in October.
Participating schools will be able to get free access to Google Pixelbook notebooks and presentation materials for both parents and children - both English and Spanish - to teach students about cybersecurity, develop positive digital proposals and to meet specific Family needs and specific internet usage. In addition, Google will provide $1,000 in funding to local PTAs participating in the project.