Curriculum Matters March 2010: Debate Brews Over States' Social Studies Standards
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School district officials think teachers tend to be too quick to refer English-language learners to special education, while teachers think administrators tend to wait too long to make a referral, according to a study.
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|Lincoln Public Schools' goal was simple: to get a better grasp on their computer inventory. What they needed, however, was a bit more complex:|
• Management of 17,000 units—both Macs and PCs
• Quick deployment and easy installation for staff
• Facilitation of mass software deployment, patches, updates, and compliance
• Competitive pricing and low ownership cost
|Sound familiar? In this webinar, learn how LPS met and exceeded its computer-life-cycle management requirements with a single system, achieving:|
• Centralized, cross-platform feature parity
• Rapid deployment with a low learning curve
• Automated application, patch, license, and inventory management
• Low start-up and maintenance costs
|Join our expert guests for a discussion of how administrators and in-person teachers can incorporate online courses into their students' school days. |
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