Monthly Archives: December 2010

Shrinking Districts’ Waistlines with Energy Efficient IT

The holidays are upon us, which means that most of us take a couple months, loosen our belts and celebrate.  K-12 districts, however, don’t have that luxury right now, and continue to tighten their belts, which makes providing their students … Continue reading

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Can We Afford to Wait Another 15 Years?

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis How educators can avert déjà vu by waking up to today’s social media reality. Fifteen years ago, I began teaching in a state-of-the-art school. Back then, it was a $40 million, first-of-its-kind elementary and … Continue reading

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What Education Can Learn From Rocker Eddie Van Halen

TALK OF TOMORROW | by Ted Fujimoto Back in the day, Van Halen’s concerts were over-the-top productions. While most concerts pulled up in several semi trucks loaded with equipment, Van Halen rolled up with nine. His concerts pushed the envelope … Continue reading

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Interview | Scheduling An Interview with Bryan Otis

Bryan Otis is the CEO and co-founder of Intand, a technology communication tools company for schools. Bryan currently lives in Bellevue, Wash., and enjoys cycling, sailing and traveling to various wine regions of the world. Known to ask complete strangers, … Continue reading

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