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N.C. District Pushes for New Schools

The proposed structures would be the first new city schools since 1986. In the last three decades, the county system has built 15 school buildings.

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AMX Introduces New Tool to Guide Technology Decision Makers

This new resource is being developed to assist in the time-consuming task of educating consumers about the benefits that technology automation can offer them and their entire companies to be more productive, more efficient and more able to focus on their best work.

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Students’ at-home media choices may negatively impact in-class performance

Workforce Ready from Kronos

Manage essential workforce information in one platform – with one employee record and one simple user interface.

School Risk… Too Risky to Ignore

Learn the practical steps all school administrators must take to ensure schools are safe and operational.

Texas Districts Expanding Choices of Students, Parents

Public school districts are mobilizing to show that "school choice" is more than private-school vouchers and charter school startups.

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Colo. High Schools Boost State AP Numbers

The number of Colorado students taking Advanced Placement exams is increasing, and so are their scores, thanks in part to three Pikes Peak region high schools with a new emphasis on the tests, according to a recent report.

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Chicago Public Schools to Provide Full-Day Kindergarten At All Schools

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett announced a full day of kindergarten will be guaranteed for all students.

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Bill Would Allow N.C. Schools to Use Lottery Money for Technology

School districts would be able to use lottery funds to buy technology devices and wire schools under a bill that cleared the House Education Committee Tuesday.

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