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Don't be fooled.

Secondhand computers aren't all the same, and neither are the dealers who sell them.

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School Wellness Tip Sheets.

Get access to a collection of innovative and effective ideas for improving wellness at your school district.

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Differentiated literacy solution sends reading skills soaring.

Dramatic Lexile gains in Tucson district with Achieve3000 implementation.

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Online program gets struggling high school students ready to graduate.

Aventa Learning by K12 helps credit-deficient students catch up, return to school.

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Rourke Classroom publishes My Science Library

Rourke Classroom’s new My Science Library series taps into kids’ curiosity while building important science content knowledge. And, to support both English and Spanish readers from kindergarten to third grade, all 36 titles are available in both languages.

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NEC Teams up With Luidia to Provide Increased Interactivity to Customers

NEC Display Solutions Europe and Luidia Inc., the leading provider of interactive technology that helps the world capture and share content, announced that Luidia’s eBeam technology is featured in NEC’s newly launched NP01Wi line of interactive whiteboard kits.

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Georgia School District Optimizes Fiber Optic Network

Effingham County (Ga.) School District of Springfield recently partnered with Champion ONE, a global provider of carrier-grade fiber optic solutions, to optimize its fiber optic network while maintaining continuity of service and decreasing network-related costs.

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ePals Enables SchoolSafe Access to Third-Party Applications

ePals Corporation announced that its LearningSpace 2.0 social learning platform now provides embedded access to third-party applications -- starting with Microsoft Office Web Apps and Google Docs.

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Bipartisan Rewrite of Education Law Sparks Debate

In a divided Washington, there's widespread agreement that the sweeping No Child Left Behind education law needs fixing. But finding a fix hasn't been easy.

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Chicago Public School Officals get 2 1/2 Years to Work Out Adding Physical Ed

Chicago School Board members Wednesday agreed to give district leaders 2 1/2 years to figure out how to add daily physical education — and the up to 200 new gym teachers it would require — to the longer high school day expected to start next school year.

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