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eScience3000 Honored as Top Product of 2012 by District Administration Readers

Educators around the country agree: eScience3000™ is a top product of 2012. Selected from more than 1,000 nominations as a winner in this year’s District Administration Readers’ Choice Top 100 Product awards program, this unique core science solution for middle school combines the expertise of Achieve3000®, the leader in differentiated instruction, and National Geographic Learning, the premier provider of science content.

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Lightpath Awards $75,000 To Help N.J. Schools Deploy Educational Technology

Nine New Jersey schools will have the opportunity to roll out ambitious new technology-driven learning programs as a result of $75,000 in grants announced by Lightpath®, a market leader in Ethernet-based communication solutions for New York metropolitan area businesses.

DreamBox introduces Intelligent Adaptive Learning™


Transform the way your students learn mathematics through a groundbreaking combination of intelligent adaptive learning™ technology, rigorous elementary mathematics curriculum, and motivating learning environments.

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Learn how districts can successfully manage Internet access to a vast number of devices in an environment of diverse needs based on grade level, location, training and role.

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Huron Valley Board Chooses Baker for Superintendent

The search for a new superintendent for Huron Valley Schools Selects apparently is over. The school board unanimously approved starting contract negotiations with Jim Baker on Tuesday, following interviews with several superintendent candidates, including Baker. Baker is currently working in the position on an interim basis until the position is filled permanently. Baker previously worked as the district’s director of human resources.

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It's Time for Common Sense School Discipline

The school-to-prison pipeline -- or, the system of extreme disciplinary practices that push young people out of school and into the criminal justice system -- is often discussed from the angle of isolated incidents. In April, for example, a six-year-old Georgia girl named Salecia Johnson was, handcuffed and carted away from school in a squad car after throwing a temper tantrum in her kindergarten class.

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MultiTouch Introduces Hybrid Tracking for MultiTaction Touch Displays

MultiTouch Ltd. today announced its new Hybrid Tracking technology integrated with its MultiTaction® interactive displays. The new feature from MultiTouch is the first optical multi-touch technology in the industry that is immune to external lighting conditions, expanding opportunities for interactive display installations in public spaces.

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Mazin Education Wins Statewide Assessment Contract in Indiana

Educational software developer Mazin Education has been selected to administer Career and Technical Education (CTE) course assessments for the state of Indiana.

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Dig-It! Games Turns Kids into Archaeologists with New Mayan Mysteries Interactive Game

Dig-It! Games, an independent developer of educational, interactive learning games founded by a former archaeologist and middle school teacher, has released Mayan Mysteries, a new one-of-a-kind puzzle-based game that takes kids on an exciting journey through history to learn about the ancient Maya civilization.

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eInstruction Announces Winners of Flip Your Classroom Makeover Video Contest

eInstruction, a global education software and technology company, announced the three grand-prize winners of its sixth annual Flip Your Classroom – eInstruction Classroom Makeover Contest.

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