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An Indiana district outfits every classroom with the MimioTeach interactive whiteboard system.

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Network security in a bring-your-own-device environment.


How to protect the security of your network and the privacy and safety of your students and staff in a BYOD environment.

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Strategies for success:


Sustain a farm to school program.

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Promethean Unveils Interactive Table at BETT 2012

Promethean unveiled ActivTable for public preview at BETT 2012. ActivTable inspires users to take an active role in their own learning and that of their friends by driving student engagement, participation and creativity.

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Graybar to Distribute AMX SchoolView

AMX announced an agreement with Graybar, a leading electrical, communications and data networking products distributor and provider of related supply chain management and logistics services. Graybar will sell AMX SchoolView.

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Turnitin Introduces Translated Matching for Multilingual Plagiarism Detection

iParadigms, creators of Turnitin and the leader in originality checking and online grading, announced the release of automated translation technology that enables Turnitin to identify potentially plagiarized content that has been translated.

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Epson Interactive and Projector Technologies Win 2011 EdTech Digest Awards

Epson has been recognized by the 2011 EdTech Digest Awards in three separate categories – the BrightLink Solo and PowerLite 96W projector were selected as winners and the BrightLink 455Wi was selected as a finalist.

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Science Education Spending in the U.S. Flattens

Educating people in science and engineering leads to growth in research and technology that, in turn, leads to jobs in manufacturing the devices that those people invent.

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New York Governor Cuomo Puts Money Where His Mouth Is

As expected, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo released his proposed state budget, and overall it contained good news for public education: a 4 percent across-the-state aid increase for schools. About $800 million of that will go to poor districts, The New York Times reports.

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Practical advice:


Create a healthy and budget-friendly foods menu at your school.

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