In Qatar, Al Bayan School for girls has become a part of Microsoft Corporation. As a part of the company's Innovative schools, the company will roll out the programme in 12 locations across the country.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
The company will roll out in 12 countries, including, Qatar, as well as United Kingdom (UK), France, Germany, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chile and Hong Kong. Microsoft and ictQATAR will support school for innovative programmes. Microsoft has committed to helping strengthen education by working in partnership with educators, policymakers and students around the world. The program has been developed out of collaborations with Singapore's BackPack.Net Technology program, the Building Schools for the Future project in the UK, and School of the Future projects in Taiwan and the United States.