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Solutions Products and Short Throw Projectors make learning faster and teaching easier


Find out about the new products designed for compatibility with high performance projectors and for better productivity in your classroom!

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Looking to implement iPads in your district?


View the on-demand presentation from Steve Johnston, Director of Academic Technology at Archbishop Riordan High School and Chris Koeneman, Vice President of Sales in the Bluesocket Business Group of ADTRAN, for advice on how to make the most of these devices.

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Non-food Ways to Reward Student Achievement


K12 experts explain why food should not be used as a reward or punishment for a child’s behavior.

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New Videos: School Wellness Solutions From Other Districts


Discover solutions for your district. Superintendents discuss fresh ideas about school nutrition and wellness.

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Looking to implement iPads in your district?


View the on-demand presentation from Steve Johnston, Director of Academic Technology at Archbishop Riordan High School and Chris Koeneman, Vice President of Sales in the Bluesocket Business Group of ADTRAN, for advice on how to make the most of these devices.

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School Reform Commission Moves to Cover Deficit with $300M Loan

The Philadelphia School Reform Commission moved Monday to borrow $300 million to bridge a massive deficit, emphasizing the bond deal will probably be the district's last for several years. In a brief, sober meeting, the commission approved a tough five-year financial plan for the district as a prelude to the bond sale to cover a deficit of more than $200 million in the current $2.5 billion budget, as well as a shortfall anticipated in the fiscal year that begins next July 1.

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N.Y.Times Education Confab Ends in Zero

After a full day of discussions about public education among a select group of establishment educators and allied think-tank types, the best recommendation they could all come up with is the need for more “effective teachers.”

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Ohio School District’s ‘Flipped’ Math Program Puts Students in the Driver’s Seat

When Hilliard City School District’s high school students headed back to school this year, they found themselves learning algebra and geometry in “flipped classrooms,” an increasingly popular model of education nationwide that blends print and digital learning.

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New PD Course Focuses on iPods and iPads in Special Education

Using the iPod and iPad in special education is a growing trend. But how do you get started, what is the potential, and what strengths do students need in order to be successful users of this technology? This course will answer those questions and participants will walk away with an implementation plan for a student or classroom to ensure successful use of this technology.

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Royse City (Texas) School District Receives $100,000 for Technology Lending Program

More than 100 Royse City eighth grade science students will participate in a technology lending program soon, thanks to a $100,000 grant awarded recently to the Royse City Independent School District. State grant funds will be used to purchase Intel Classmate Touch Netbooks for a teacher and approximately 115 students.

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