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National Food Advocate Network Helps Put Local Food on School Lunch Plates, in Curricula

As students settle into the new school year, they're finding more local food on their lunch trays, more nutrition and agriculture-related topics in their curriculum and more gardens in the schoolyard thanks, in part, to the "Farm to School" movement.

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Lenovo Acquires Stoneware to Expand Secure Cloud Computing

As a result of this acquisition, Lenovo will add significant new technologies and accelerate its capabilities for both commercial and consumer cloud offerings, particularly the ability to provide secure content across multiple devices in education and government.

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GuideK12 Partners with BLEgroup to Draw the Line toward Smarter Schooling

GuideK12 has chosen the BLEgroup to gain valuable insight on product development, pilot program implementation and district trends by leveraging the BLEgroup’s platform. 

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Texas SAT Scores Drop, But Participation Rates Surge

A report from the Texas Education Agency on the state's 2012 SAT scores shows two things about Texas students over the past five years: more students are the taking the test, but they aren't performing as well.

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LAUSD Special Ed Failings Still Fly Under Radar

Thirteen percent of America's public school students receive special education services. LAUSD closely mirrors this statistic.

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Education Nation: Finding Classroom Success in Mix of Spanish, English

Ernest R. Geddes Elementary School in Baldwin Park, Calif., is a noisy place.

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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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In Long Branch (N.J.), Gov. Christie Announces Another $500M for New Schools Construction

Governor Chris Christie helped break ground for the new George L. Catrambone Elementary School in Long Branch, the last project from the Schools Delopment Authority's (SDA) 2011 portfolio as the governor said he intends to roll out another $500 million in new school construction projects over the course of the next six months.

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In Debate on Public Schools, New Orleans Stands Apart

Orleans Parish School Board candidates arrived at an Alliance for Good Government forum last week looking for endorsements as they seek a role in shaping the future of the city's public schools.

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Philly School Bomb Tests Following Cheating Probe

Scores in reading and mathematics dropped in virtually all of the Philadelphia public schools and charter schools that are under investigation for possible cheating.

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