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Innovative Navi-Gator® Parent-Child Communication Program from Super Duper

Super Duper Publications is pleased to introduce Navi-Gator, a picture-mapping communication program for parents and children, and the Navi-Doll, a soft, green, plush alligator toy that will become your child’s good communication buddy.

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Hitachi Introduces Its First DLP® Projectors For the Professional Market

Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division, Business Solutions Group today announced the introduction of its first-ever DLP projectors, the CP-DX300 and CP-DX250.

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Live Online Speech Therapy Reduces Caseloads for Benton County School District Speech-Language Pathologists

As part of a grant received for Assistive Technology, the Benton County Board of Education in Camden, Tennessee, has partnered with PresenceLearning, the leader in online speech therapy services for K-12 students, in the delivery of online speech and language services.

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Epson Introduces First Portable Interactive Projector for K-12 and Higher Education

Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide1, today introduced the BrightLink® 436Wi – a fully integrated, portable short-throw interactive projector.

In Some Southern Districts, Segregation Lives On

It has been more than half a century since the Supreme Court decided in Brown v. Board of Education that separate is inherently unequal and legally, ended public school segregation. And yet, our schools are now more racially isolated than they were in the civil rights era.

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N.J. Principal May Soon Carry Gun

School officials from Passaic Valley High School are considering a policy to allow the school's principal, who is a retired police officer, to carry his concealed weapon in school.

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Failed Charters Owe Millions to Ohio

Taxpayer dollars are missing, and chances are the state will never get them back.

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Why Newspaper Advisers Are Heroes

These educators put up an enormous amount of effort for the privilege of putting out a school newspaper.

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Why Schools Want $1.2 billion from Seattle Taxpayers

"We do have teachers who have used their own money to buy small pieces of whiteboard to put over their chalkboards," Principal Christy Collins explains. "As far as instruction, my concern would be that our students are at a disadvantage in this digital age."

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