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Florida Virtual School Launches New Product Line

Florida Virtual School launched the studio by FLVS, a collection of live online workshops, webinars, videos and more, tailored to different skill levels and interests.

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Automated Logic Announces New Time-Lapse Graphics Feature for WebCTRL

Automated Logic Corporation announced the release of Time-Lapse Graphics, a new feature within the WebCTRL building automation system’s latest version that allows building owners to review and play back hours of real-time data in just minutes.

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eScholar Gains Competitive Edge and Empowers Educators by Licensing Ed-Fi

An early adopter of the Ed-Fi Tool Suite, eScholar further expands its ability to support educator access to timely, actionable data to improve education outcomes.

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Modero X Series Touch Panels: 7” and 10” Models Are Here

Features of AMX's new 7 and 10-inch models include a capacitive, multi-touch screen, high-definition video streaming, Bluetooth VoIP and USB external phone connections.

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Special Education Change Is Pushed in New York State

The type of clothing worn in a family's home, the language spoken and other cultural markers could influence whether special-education students receive taxpayer-funded private-school tuition, under a bill passed last month by the New York state Legislature.

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Idaho Near Bottom of List in Education Spending

Idaho ranks second-worst in the nation for the amount of money it spends per pupil, the U.S. Census Bureau said.

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PA Budget Restores Education, Cuts Social Services

Late Saturday night Governor Tom Corbett fulfilled a promise by signing the 2012-2013 budget into law before the July 1st deadline.

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Doing Apps and Start-Ups While Still in High School

Like many young entrepreneurs here in Silicon Valley, Matthew Slipper knows that success does not come easy. His first start-up, an online education venture, flopped. His second, a video-sharing app for the iPhone, has sold only 20 copies.

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Teacher’s Wages Garnished as U.S. Goes After Loan Default

Lawyers drained Linda Brice’s bank account and seized a quarter of her take-home pay, or more than $900 a month. Brice, a first-grade teacher and Coast Guard veteran, begged for mercy, saying she couldn’t afford food, gas or utilities.

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Education Plan Earns All-American City Honors for S.A.

Local officials announced Monday that San Antonio has been recognized by the National Civic League for its “ambitious” plan to increase the number of local children who are reading at grade level by the third grade.

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