Content tagged with Education
posted in June 2009
Maine Orders 64,000 Apple Laptops For Schools
News  |  6/30/2009  | 
An additional 7,000 MacBooks will be ordered in the coming weeks. Maine is the only state to provide laptops to every public school student.
Graduate Science Enrollment Rises, Bringing More Diversity
News  |  6/25/2009  | 
More students than ever are pursuing graduate education in science and engineering and those doing so represent a greater proportion of non-white ethnic groups and of women.
Ohio Schools Use Business Intelligence To Improve Student Performance
News  |  6/3/2009  | 
Nationwide Mutual Insurance is helping Columbus educators use BI tools to improve student achievement in core subjects, raise graduation rates, and create a road map for overall school reform.
Google To Sell E-Books
News  |  6/1/2009  | 
The company wants to find common ground with authors, who have complained about copyright violations through services like Google Book Search.


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