HP has committed over $20 million in cash, technology and training to enable better learning outcomes for more than 100 million people by 2025. HP’s pledge aligns with the company’s goal to improve access to quality education and lifelong learning for all in the classroom and beyond. To increase the reach of its education initiatives, the company will expand programs like HP World on Wheels, which brings digital literacy to rural India through mobile learning labs. HP will also continue to provide refugees in the Middle East with access to personalized, blended learning experiences through six HP Learning Studios, equipped with hardware, software and teacher training services that together inspire instructional innovation and next-generation learning experiences. HP Learning Studios also drive experiential learning at more than 60 schools in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States and seven countries in Europe. In addition, HP LIFE, a global e-learning program of the HP Foundation, aims to empower another one million aspiring entrepreneurs by enrolling them in HP LIFE between 2015 and 2025, in support of the broader HP commitment.