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Education Nation: Teaching Technology, Service to Teens in Colorado

The Front Range Christian School is a place that's centered on belief.

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Khan Academy: Free Education in App Form

Those who own an iPad will likely tell you their tablet goes above and beyond e-mail, video playback and Angry Birds.

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FSR Presents iPad2 Enclosure

FSR, manufacturer of audio and video switching, control products, and connectivity boxes, has introduced an easy-to-install WE-IPAD2-SLV iPad 2 enclosure designed to provide a secure, yet accessible housing for the versatile tablet. 

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Lexia Learning Announces Lexia Reading for the iPad

Currently in development, this app is the only research-validated literacy program available on the iPad, and will provide the full functionality of Lexia Reading. The app will be available later this year. 

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Califone Offers First Jackbox for Computer-Based, iPad Group Learning

Califone has launched the JB310 Jackbox to meet the growing need to distribute audio (through connected headphones) to differentiated learning groups.

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Districts in New Jersey and Kentucky Choose HMH's Singapore Math, Bar Models App for iPad

Global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced year-long pilot programs of its Singapore Math, Bar Models App for iPad in school districts in New Jersey and Kentucky. 

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Apple Pushes Into Education With Cheaper iPad

Apple's is reducing the price of the iPad 2 with the release of the new iPad, boosting the company's educational initiatives by making tablets more affordable for schools.

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Will Apple Create the all-iPad Classroom?

Apple hopes its foray into digital textbooks for the iPad will impress educators and corner a huge, lucrative K-12 book market. But the high costs of the plan and the challenges of mobile technology could ensure that hardback books remain a classroom mainstay.

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Speeding Up the Transition to Digital eTextbooks

FCC calls for national adoption of eTextbooks...who will lead the way?

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