The COVID-19 pandemic has changed every part of society, including education. Schools moved online overnight and students are relying on technology to connect with their school, teachers, and counselors.

To that end, Salesforce today announced $20 million in grants to support five public school districts – investing in the success of students, teachers and principals as their communities recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Salesforce is donating $9M to the San Francisco Unified School District, $9M to the Oakland Unified School District, $500K to the New York City Fund for Public Schools, $500K to Chicago Public Schools, $500K to Indianapolis Public Schools as well as $500K to develop partnerships to promote racial justice and interracial understanding, supporting our five district partners. The latest grants bring Salesforce’s total investment in education to $118 million, including $85.4 million to San Francisco and Oakland public schools.

We sat down with the princ…

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