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  • Education Leaders Take EETT Message to Capitol Hill

    EETT--the sole source of federal funding for education technology--is key to transforming schools and ensuring students have the tools they need for developing 21st century skills. That's the message from state ed tech leaders who took their cause to Washington, DC recently in an effort to renew support for the program, which was targeted for elimination in the Obama administration's 2011 budget proposal.

  • California District Installs Solar Farms at Elementary Schools

    California's Pioneer Union Elementary School District (PUESD) has gone solar. The district has installed solar farms at three schools--two elementary and one middle--in an effort to save on operational and energy costs.

  • Washington International School Moves to 802.11n WiFi

    Washington International School in Washington, DC has overhauled what it described as an "inadequate legacy network," replacing it with an 802.11n wireless network.

  • New Orleans Elementary Goes Solar

    With the help of a fairly extensive regional partnership, Joseph A. Craig Elementary School in New Orleans is implementing a new 25.6 kilowatt solar array, which will provide the school with 36 megawatt hours of electricity per year.