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Pacific View Charter School teacher Kathy Meck recently recalled a 7th grader who came from a traditional school, where he struggled because he didn't like being there.

 

If Bob Henderson had any doubts about purchasing recycled computers for the Lake Park Audubon school district in Minnesota, they vanished after he saw CDI’s three-year warranty.

 

When Westminster Christian Academy broke ground last year on a 250,000-square-foot building in the middle of St. Louis, technology director Kent D. Kehr Jr.'s excitement was tempered with great apprehension. How was he going to integrate the myriad communications systems required to keep a sprawling state-of-the-art campus in sync?

Keith Rogers, chief operating Officer of Milwaukee Academy of Science, was looking for a home computer when he recalled a series of email messages he'd received at work from a CDI sales representative about recertified machines. He visited CDI's site and, while he ultimately decided to buy his personal computer somewhere else, he found himself pleasantly surprised by CDI's prices.

When it comes to competing for jobs or gaining admittance to colleges, students can boost their chances of success by earning technical certifications.

Can a company be sleek and efficient and still have the neighborly feel of "The Andy Griffith Show"?

David Deweese thinks so; in fact, that's how he describes CDI, which began providing recertified computers to his South Carolina district three years ago.

AMX SchoolView helped Joe Squiers see the light on energy savings. Or, to be more accurate, the dark.

 
 

SMART Technology's suite of STEM-products—applicable for science, technology, engineering and math, as well as other subjects—help even the most socially or academically reluctant pupils make the grade and have fun doing it.

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