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81 percent of administrators said their districts were adequately teaching students about Internet safety, but just 51 percent of teachers said so. SOURCE: National Cyber Security Alliance and Microsoft

 

HITACHI

iPJ-AW250N

$1,795

"Technology is not a magic bullet. If you have a computer but you don't have the content and you don't have teachers who know how to design good classes - it's not going to make a difference."

-President Obama, speaking at Bell Multicultural High School in Washington, D.C. on March 28.

A new survey from PBS and Grunwald Associates found that 97 percent of teachers said they used digital media in the classroom in 2010, and 78 percent used DVDs. However, 76 percent said they now downloaded or streamed content online, up from just 55 percent in 2007.

 

HP

Digital Sketch

How times have changed! Eight years ago this month, products on this page included early software for online instruction, a guide for the Mac OS X Jaguar operating system—known today as Snow Leopard—and a pre-cloud computing file saving system.

 

Black Box

VirtuaCore

HEWLETT-PACKARD

SignagePlayer mp8000s and mp8000r, $1,119 and $1,079

 

NEC

U300X, U310W, $1,199 and $1,299

EXCENT

MyGraduationPlan

Special education program

Software, Pricing varies

TYLER TECHNOLOGIES

Telematic GPS, Starts at $179

ELMO USA

ELMO Wireless Tablet, $399

Sony

VPL-FX30 and VPL-FX500L

Projectors

$3360, $7080

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