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Big History My Favorite Course of All Time
BY Bill Gates
My Favorite Course of All Time
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Education What it Takes to Improve America's Schools
BY Bill Gates
What it Takes to Improve America's Schools
Become a Big Historian Big History for Everyone
BY Bill Gates ON NOVEMBER 1, 2013
We’ve launched a new version of Big History that’s open and free to all.
BY Bill Gates ON AUGUST 15, 2013
The Big History Project is now free to any educator.
Sharing my favorite course A Big Commitment to Big History
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 1, 2011
Big History encourages kids to get interested in many subjects.
A unique approach Learning to Teach Big History
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 1, 2011
There are some challenges, but also big rewards, in teaching Big History.
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 1, 2011
There's a lot of history in a cup of coffee, and its origins.
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 1, 2011
David Christian explains how he became interested in big history.
BY Bill Gates ON JULY 12, 2014
The former Treasury Secretary's front-row view of the financial crisis.
My bookshelf The Bully Pulpit
BY Bill Gates ON JULY 12, 2014
How Teddy Roosevelt and William Taft changed America.
Tech in Schools 6 Tools for Teachers
BY Bill Gates ON AUGUST 18, 2014
Promising apps and websites that could make your teacher’s job easier.
International AIDS Conference What We Must Do to Turn the Tide on AIDS
BY Bill Gates ON JULY 23, 2012
We've made huge gains against AIDS, but there's still work to do.
summer reading 6 Books I'd Recommend
BY Bill Gates ON JULY 12, 2014
Half a dozen deeply informative and beautifully written books.
Wealth and Capital Why Inequality Matters
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 13, 2014
My thoughts on Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century.
BY Bill Gates ON JUNE 22, 2011
The polio epidemics of the past were terrible and unsettling times.
BY Bill Gates ON SEPTEMBER 23, 2013
Meeting Kofi Annan and Bill Clinton at the United Nations General Assembly.
BY Bill Gates ON JULY 11, 2012
My remarks at the ECS forum on improving outcomes for education.
BY Bill Gates ON APRIL 19, 2012
EcoMotors is proposing an overhaul for this century-old workhorse.
Three convictions The Richard Dimbleby Lecture
BY Bill Gates ON JANUARY 30, 2013
A simple pie chart made me realize that children's lives were at risk.
BY Bill Gates ON APRIL 25, 2014
My visit to Cambodia, which is trying to eliminate the disease for good.
BY Bill Gates ON NOVEMBER 30, 2012
The Global Polio Eradication Initiative is making important changes.
News Worth Celebrating A Big Milestone for Saving Children
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 9, 2013
Partners came together to manufacture a vaccine to save children's lives.
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 26, 2014
Melinda and I were asked to suggest good books while at TED this year.
BY Bill Gates ON JUNE 20, 2014
Breakthrough technology and other impressions from my stop in China.
BY Bill Gates ON DECEMBER 8, 2014
Can the lessons from Asia’s rise apply on another continent?
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 21, 2014
What we can learn from Jeffrey Sachs’s ambitious project in Africa.
BY Bill Gates ON JULY 12, 2014
Business Adventures is old, hard to find, and the best business book ever.
BY Bill Gates ON JULY 12, 2014
An architect of Obamacare on why the U.S. health system needed to change.
The Stuff of Modern Life Have You Hugged a Concrete Pillar Today?
BY Bill Gates ON JUNE 12, 2014
A fascinating look at the stuff that makes modern life possible.
A New Era in Education The Future of College
BY Bill Gates ON AUGUST 8, 2014
How higher education can evolve for a new era.
On the Subcontinent Going—and Listening—to India
BY Bill Gates ON SEPTEMBER 17, 2014
What Melinda and I hope to discuss with the country’s leaders when we visit.
Impressions of India Meeting the New Prime Minister
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 6, 2014
India's Prime Minister has the country talking about toilets.
Saving Lives Through Crazy Ideas Why Our Foundation Takes On Grand Challenges
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 9, 2014
Overwhelming a mosquito’s nose, and other risky notions we’re backing.
Cornell’s Corn The Love Life of Plants
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 22, 2014
Studying the love life of plants could help millions escape poverty.
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 28, 2014
Four new tools that are helping poor farmers grow more food.
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 1, 2011
Financing helps explain schools' lack of improvement over the past 30 years.
BY Bill Gates ON OCTOBER 30, 2012
Why are other countries beating the U.S. in global measures of education?
BY Bill Gates ON JANUARY 22, 2012
The growth of for-profit colleges and universities has expanded educational opportunities, but also has stimulated a debate about what's going on in higher education.
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 21, 2011
Economist Charles Kenny shines a light on the real successes of aid.
BY Bill Gates ON FEBRUARY 16, 2011
Jim Grant's determination and influence saved millions of children's lives.
BY Bill Gates ON AUGUST 1, 2014
John Green quizzes me on philanthropy, Ethiopia, and helicopters in Africa.
BY Bill Gates ON JUNE 4, 2013
In Hyderabad, I saw how improvement in crop production helps poor farmers.
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 9, 2012
Ethiopia is helping its farmers grow more and better crops.
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 29, 2013
I try to visit India at least once a year.
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 2, 2013
South Korea is making the transition from developing to developed country.
BY Bill Gates ON AUGUST 1, 2014
You can help the world’s poorest kids get a healthy start on life.
BY Bill Gates ON APRIL 28, 2013
Melinda and I encouraged scientists to innovate to help the poor.
BY Bill Gates ON FEBRUARY 22, 2012
Spain has been a generous donor, and should keep giving aid.
BY Bill Gates ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2013
Day two in New York at the UN just ended, and it was another terrific day.
BY Bill Gates ON NOVEMBER 3, 2011
My G20 report looks to better address the needs of the world's poorest.
BY Bill Gates ON SEPTEMBER 23, 2013
During U.N. Week I met with leaders to talk about global health issues.
BY Bill Gates ON MAY 6, 2013
What’s one thing we’re doing that harms teachers and students?
The tough job of teaching What Teachers Mean to Me
BY Bill Gates ON SEPTEMBER 5, 2013
This documentary shows some of the challenges teachers are up against.
Making good teachers great Annual Letter: Excellence in Teaching
BY Bill Gates ON FEBRUARY 19, 2011
Technology can help teachers, and students, at many grade levels.
Targeting students' needs Fresh Insights into Students’ Progress
BY Bill Gates ON MARCH 1, 2011