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Take a Healthy Step Forward in Your District.


Now that your district wellness policy is in place, what's next?

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New NetSupport School 11 Set to Meet the Challenge of the 21st Century Classroom

Education software specialist NetSupport is pleased to announce the immediate availability of NetSupport School version 11 – the latest evolution of its market-leading classroom management solution.

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Samsung Selects SUPERHERO Video Competition Winner for His Portrayal of Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Samsung Techwin America’s Electronic Imaging Division announced that Tyler, a first grader from Reinhard Early Childhood Center in Bellmore, N.Y. has won the Spring Superhero competition.

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GuideK12 Expands Executive Leadership Team

GuideK12 is pleased to announce two additions to their executive leadership team, Jim Lund and Julie Fitzgerald.

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REI Introduces Mobile Video Surveillance Wireless Fleet Software for Complete Safety Solution

Radio Engineering Industries, Inc. introduces two new wireless fleet software add-ons for REI’s mobile video surveillance system.

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Michigan District Added Two Pay Steps to Teacher Pay

The Redford Union Schools superintendent is defending contract moves made last year by the district after a recent report by a public policy think tank questioned the decision.

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Schools' Timing Suspect in Ohio

Columbus City Schools mysteriously withdrew students during the 2009-10 school year who came to school every day.

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New Ariz. High School Math Requirement Heightens Anxiety

Complex variables. Rational expressions. Quadratic equations.

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Illinois Schools Fear a Shift in Teacher Pensions

School districts across the state are bracing their budgets for possible legislation that would require them to pay for teacher pension costs as lawmakers grapple with ideas to close the state’s $83 billion pension debt.

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Restructuring Okla. Schools: Longer Bus Routes Take Toll on Rural Children, Budgets

Jaelin Cox, 6, attended prekindergarten three miles from her home in rural Cimarron County. She would get on the bus at 8 a.m. and be home a little after 3 p.m.

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