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<i>Lake Worth ISD began buying refurbished computers in 2001. Dru Godwin is the district's technology director.</i>

Dear Educator,

These days, the economy and the environment are high on everyone's lists of concerns. Here at CDI, we're proud to be part of the solution in both those areas by helping school districts meet their technology goals in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible way.

As the operations manager for the company, she oversees the delivery of units to customers—and sometimes a lot more.

After administrators at the Liberty Union High School District in Brentwood, Calif., created a test prep class to help at-risk students meet state proficiency requirements, they found themselves constantly reinventing the wheel.


Some things are just meant to roam free, like chickens in a farmyard. But students in a computer lab? Take 30-45 students, sit them in front of unmonitored computers, and you get a free-range social club and an Internet caf?—not a classroom.


Dear Educator:

I am pleased to introduce the 2010-2011 Disney's Planet Challenge. We had an incredible response last year—from educators and students alike—as we rolled out the program nationally for the first time.

For students who live along the Gulf of Mexico, the environmental damage from the oil spill is anything but abstract. It's something that has lapped onto local beaches and leached into fragile estuaries.